Mar 072011
 
 March 7, 2011  Breaches, Laws, Non-U.S.

This report comes to us from Gonzalo Gallego a partner in the Hogan Lovells privacy practice resident in Madrid:

Spain has a new penalty regime for violations of privacy, with many minimum and maximum fines lowered. This is viewed as a business-friendly development at a time when the Spanish Data Protection Agency (“SPDA” or “Agency”) has earned a reputation as one of the more enforcement-oriented DPAs in the EU, and when one of its high-visibility enforcement efforts is under scrutiny.  This new regime entered into force on 6 March 2011 and is applicable to all data controllers and data processors processing personal data under the Spanish laws.

Read more on Hogan Lovells Chronicle of Data Protection.

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