|Page 1 of the documents we have recently received, courtesy of our PwC Insider. It shows Maxis staff exchanging e mails with the Directors of PwC Malaysia and releasing confidential incoming phone records to them, an act that is illegal.|
|Tan Sri Ananda Krishnan. Does he know what is going on in Maxis?|
A Service Provider may collect and maintain necessary data/information of Consumers for tracking practices. However, the collection and maintenance of such data/information shall follow the following good practices:-
a) Fairly and lawfully collected and processed;
b) Processed for limited purposes;
c) Adequate, relevant and not excessive;
e) Not kept longer than necessary;
f) Processed in accordance with the data subject's rights;
h) Not transferred to any party without prior approval from the Consumer.
Service Providers must take appropriate measures to provide adequate security, and respect Consumers preferences...
Service Providers must be open, transparent and meet generally accepted fair information principles including providing notice as to what personal information they collect, use and disclose; ......
Maxis cannot disclose the incoming phone records to any third party without the consent of the Consumer. And for PwC Malaysia to actually attempt to use this illegally obtained documents in the KL High Court is an act of total disregard for the laws of the country.
|Datuk Seri Johan Raslan. Chairman of the Institute for Corporate Responsibility.|
And for the staff of Maxis to give in to the illegal requests from the Directors of PwC Malaysia, who are also their auditors, is something that cannot be taken lightly.
There is a lot more to come with regards to this latest illicit act of PwC Malaysia, yet another one in a long string that we have continuously exposed here.
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