Jun 162016
 June 16, 2016  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S.

Tom Azzopardi reports:

Chile’s antiquated data protection law has drawn the ire of the European Union and is well behind that of other South American countries’ standards.

However, the Chilean legislature has heard the plea for increased data security and privacy standards and is looking to move towards a modern model.

President Michelle Bachelet recently announced that lawmakers will begin discussing improvements to the nations’ data protection and privacy law.

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