TraceTogether is a community of more than 5 million people, putting a bold declaration to the gnarly COVID-19 that we can be safer, together.
We know how important it is to build trust with our users by being transparent about how TraceTogether protects their data*. We’ve made sure our Privacy Statement can be easily understood. We’ve made the TraceTogether source code publicly available for independent evaluation. And we’re protecting TraceTogether data under the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act.
In Feb 2021, we decided to take another step by publishing a Disclosure Report every six months. This report will show the requests that have been made to access TraceTogether data for law enforcement purposes.
We’re committed to safeguarding your personal data, and being transparent about how we protect your data. Public health needs can co-exist with privacy.
Let’s ride through this together 🇸🇬🌏. TraceTogether, safer together.
Requests for TraceTogether Data for Law Enforcement Purposes
Only requests relating to serious criminal offences laid out in the Seventh Schedule of the COVID-19 (Temporary Measures) Act will be considered. The relevant users will be informed and guided on how to upload their TraceTogether data.
|Time period||Number of law enforcement requests where data was produced|
|^Feb - Jun 2021||0|
|Jul - Dec 2021||0|
|Jan - Jun 2022||0|
|Jul - Dec 2022||0|
^The decision to publish Disclosure Reports about law enforcement requests for data from the government’s digital contact tracing tools, was announced in Parliament on 2 Feb 2021.