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In Argentina, a data protection agency is an autonomous body within the scope of the Chief of Staff. Its main functions in relation to personal data are operating as a registry of databases, keeping records of the registration and renewal of databases; enforcing the Data Protection Law and the Do-Not-Call Law, carrying out inspections and […]
Even though Argentina has some of the strictest data protection laws in Latin America, it is currently seeking to further overhaul those laws in two significant ways. First, it would align its laws to align with the GDPR requirements. Second, new legislation (the Localization Bill) would require certain data be stored exclusively in Argentina. The […]
The Argentina Data Protection Agency has issued DNPDP Disposition 60 – a new regulation on international transfers of personal data. The Regulation approves two model forms for the international transfer of data – one for use with transfers to a data controller and another for use with transfers to a data processor, for rendering services. […]
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