Prepared July 2008 by AOTA (Authentication & Online Trust Alliance)

Points to note:

  • Criminal prosecution maybe under related legislation
  • All require accurate header and sender info
  • All prohibit dictionary attacks and address-harvesting software
  • “Link” means the legislation not only apply to emails physically originated in that country but also sent by an organization having a legal entity in that country (regardless of where the offending email was commissioned and sent from)

Please note that this snapshot is not intended and should not be taken as a substitute for professional legal advice. Please consult your own legal counsel to ensure communications are in full compliance with Singapore and International law.