Singaporean Malay woman says stat board fell short in apology over stolen wedding photo

Singaporean Malay woman says …

Singaporean Malay woman says stat board fell short in apology over stolen wedding photo

Coconuts | 2021-06-02 03:51

A Singaporean woman hit back at a statutory board's apology for blowing up her wedding photo for an event without her consent last month that she deemed a "caricature" of Malay people. Sarah Bagharib, 30, responded to an apology from the People's Association yesterday by accusing it of violating her privacy and deflecting blame in its response to her complaints about her wedding photo being used without her knowledge as a standee at a public event in Jalan Bukit Merah. "I acknowledge and appreciate your public apology. However, there are glaring gaps that indicate a very superficial understanding of the gravity of the issue. While this is indeed an infringement of my personal data protection privacy and my inherent Intellectual Property rights relating to my and my husband's photograph, there is a larger issue affecting the wider Malay/Muslim community," she wrote yesterday. Bagharib…


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