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Colombian Data Protection Law to Come into Effect by November

Earlier today in Bogota, the supervisor of the Colombian data protection authority (within the Superintendency of Industry and Commerce) announced that the country’s new data protection law will receive final approval from President Juan Manuel Santos this month or next.  The supervisor, José Alejandro Bermúdez, made the announcement in an interview with the Spanish news … Continue Reading

On the Eve of International Conference in Uruguay, Taking Stock of Data Privacy Developments in Latin America

The convening of the 34th International Conference of Data Protection and Privacy Commissioners in Punta del Este, Uruguay on Oct. 22-26 — on the heels of last year’s conference in Mexico City — underscores the importance of the Latin American region in the global debate around data privacy regulation. From 2000 to 2008, only Argentina … Continue Reading
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