Apr 142015
 
 April 14, 2015  Posted by  Announcements, Non-U.S.

Pablo Palazzi writes that providing data protection courses in law school is a growing trend in Latin America. Of note,

In Chile there is a seminar taking place on April 22 and 23 in the School of Law of University of Chile, in Santiago (Chile).

 

This year I will be teaching for the first time a data protection seminar in San Andres University. It is an eight week course designed to cover the general principles of privacy and data protection plus some special sectors like telecom, internet, credit reporting and marketing. The course is part of a Program of Internet law that we are unveiling this year in the School of Law of San Andres University and that will cover also other courses.

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