IT Law Series: Maintaining the Integrity of Your Online Presence

Stay current on the latest IT law developments with our series of seminars focused on technology, media, and telecommunications law, organised by IPOS International in conjunction with a community of public sector lawyers from Singapore.

Participants can look forward to the sharing of insights and perspectives from a variety of leading practitioners and academics, on areas that include intellectual property, competition law, blockchain, artificial intelligence, cybersecurity and data protection.

Programme Overview and Topics

This seminar series aims to provide participants with an overview of some of the latest IT law issues and developments. Every session focuses on a different topic and will be conducted by a variety of leading practitioners and academics in the relevant field, who will deliver presentations and participate in a Q&A discussion with opportunities for participants to pose questions.

Reading materials for each seminar topic, such as seminal court decisions and technology law articles, as well as pre-recorded lectures providing an introduction to technology law, will be made available to participants ahead of each lecture.


Pre-recorded lectures

Participants who sign up for any of the seminars will be given access to the following pre-recorded lectures, which are aimed at providing a broad overview of the world of technology law:



Assistant Professor Lim How Khang

Singapore Management University

Digital Computing 101

Mr Yeong Zee Kin

Assistant Chief Executive (Data Innovation & Protection Group), IMDA; Deputy Commissioner, Personal Data Protection Commission

An Introduction to Technology Law   

 These are pre-recorded lectures which will be made available (free of charge) to participants of the IT Law series.


Maintaining the Integrity of Your Online Presence 

Synopsis: This lecture explores corporate and individual identities online. In respect of corporate online identities, issues of cybersquatting, trademark infringement of domain names, the Uniform Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy and the Singapore Domain Name Dispute Resolution Policy will be explored. In respect of personal online identities, issues of identity theft and doxing will be covered.


SG Time



2.00 – 3.00pm

Mr David Low (Deputy Senior State Counsel, Civil Division, Attorney-General’s Chambers)


Online Identities

3.00 – 3.45pm

Ms Joyce Tan (Partner, Joyce A Tan & Partners)

Cybersquatting, Trade Marks, and Domain Name Disputes

3.45 – 4.15pm

Tea Break


4.15 – 5.00pm

Mr Benjamin Wong (Lecturer, NUS Law)

IPersonal Online Identities, Identity Theft and Doxing


5.00 – 5.30pm

Panel Discussion – all speakers, moderated by Mr Paul McClelland (Head of Legal, IPOS International)


 *Subject to change in the event of unforeseen circumstances.


For more course information, view the IT Law Series: Maintaining the Integrity of Your Online Presence course page

Contact Norima Sarnon: 6705 2373

Email: [email protected]

Event Info
23 Mar, 2023 IT Law Series: Maintaining the Integrity of Your Online Presence
02:00 pm - 05:15 pm (GMT +8)
In Person (Venue to be advised)
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Panelist Info

Attorney-General’s Chambers
Mr David Low
Deputy Senior State Counsel, Civil Division

Mr David Low is a Deputy Senior State Counsel in the Civil Division of the Attorney-General’s Chambers (AGC), where he specialises in advising the Singapore Government on technology, media, and telecommunications law, Singapore’s Smart Nation and digital government initiatives, and issues relating to data protection, data sharing and privacy. He also serves as one of the Vice-Chairpersons of the Singapore Legal Service’s Technology Law Cluster, a community of public sector lawyers who are developing expertise in technology law in order to bridge law, technology, and policy, so as to help the Singapore Government address its fast-evolving technology needs and chart Singapore’s digital future.

Mr Benjamin Wong

Mr Benjamin Wong is a lecturer with the NUS Faculty of Law, and an Advocate & Solicitor in Singapore. His research interests include data protection law and the law of confidence. Prior to his current appointment, Benjamin was a Research Assistant with the EW Barker Centre for Law & Business, where he conducted research on intellectual property law. During his stint in Drew & Napier LLC, he worked in the fields of competition law and data protection law, among other areas of regulatory practice.

IPOS International
Mr Paul Mcclelland
Head of Legal

Mr Paul McClelland specialises in intellectual property law and commercial dispute resolution. Before joining IPOS International Pte Ltd, Paul was sole corporate counsel for a well-known Singaporean brand, where he was responsible for a broad range of commercial matters, including worldwide trademark registrations and oppositions, management of external counsel, contract review, and training.

He has experience working in private practice for both Singapore and Scottish law firms. His practice focused on intellectual property and commercial arbitration.

He also taught commercial law, intellectual property and real estate law at a Scottish university.