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Depending on the offences, the maximum penalty is a fine of 0,000 or a jail term of up to 10 years.Lawyer Rajesh Sreenivasan, a technology and telecoms partner at Rajah & Tann, said the Bill rightfully recognises the responsibility of the asset owner as it might be futile to focus on going after cyber criminals alone.As the (threat) landscape evolves, it is better to have an omnibus Bill that oversees the cyber security of (essential services) as a whole," said CSA chief executive David Koh.The Bill aims to harmonise the requirements to protect CII across the public and private sectors.The Bill also confers power on CSA's chief as Commissioner of Cybersecurity to investigate threats and incidents to ensure that essential services here are not disrupted in the event of a cyber attack.Citing the recent Wanna Cry and Not Petya ransomware attacks, Mr Koh said: "Around the world we have seen attacks affecting critical infrastructure such as energy and power supply." He warned that Singapore is vulnerable even though its critical sectors were not disrupted by the ransomware.It's people like Ortiz that Hertzberg says he had in mind when he authored Senate Bill 185, which would allow judges to reduce the amount people pay for traffic tickets based on their income.

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The draft Bill was released on Monday (July 10) for public consultation.You're making choices to pay rent or buy food for your kids,” said Hertzberg.He says for simple traffic stops, people who can’t find the money to pay are losing their driver's licenses and incurring late fees that drive them further into debt. A similar measure had stalled in the House, but supporters late Sunday night used an amendment to tack bathroom limits onto a separate and otherwise unrelated bill covering school emergency operation plans for things like natural disasters. Chris Paddie authored the hotly-debated language, saying it had "absolutely no intent" to discriminate.Under it, transgender students at public and charter schools would not be permitted to use the bathroom of their choice but could be directed to separate, single-occupancy restrooms."It's absolutely about child safety," said Paddie, from the East Texas town of Marshall.