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The 5G bandwagon offers promise - and also challenges

It is key for all interested parties to engage with the Infocomm Media Development Authority to shape the regulatory framework

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With enhanced connectivity, increased bandwidth and more devices connected to 5G networks, a significantly higher amount of data, including personal data, will be transmitted, and this means bigger risk of personal data breaches, for instance.

ON APRIL 3, South Korea became the first country in the world to commercially launch nationwide 5G mobile services. The country's three mobile operators went live with data speeds that allow users to download entire movies in less than one second. Two days later, Samsung released the Galaxy S10...

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