Feb 152016
 February 15, 2016  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S.

Data Privacy Laws writes:

The Argentine Constitution provides a special judicial remedy for the protection of personal data known as “habeas data”. This is a judicial action for the protection of constitutional rights and therefore upgrades the protection of personal data to the category of fundamental right. The action of habeas data can be initiated to request the access, update or deletion of personal data that is inaccurate or false.

A report from the University of San Andres surveyed over 350 cases filed in Argentina.

Read more on Data Privacy Laws, where you’ll also find a link to the report (but note, it’s only in Spanish).

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