Nov 062011
 
 November 6, 2011  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S.

Joel Julien reports:

The Data Protection Act is unconstitutional, former temporary High Court Judge Gregory Delzin has said.

“The Data Protection Act was not passed in accordance with the required majority to amend the constitutional rights,” Delzin said yesterday.
“Much of what the Data Protection Act has done may be unenforceable,” he said.

Delzin made the statement as part of a panel at a seminar organised by the Law Association of Trinidad and Tobago to address the Data Protection Act.

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