Apr 062011
 April 6, 2011  Posted by  Laws, Non-U.S.

Courtesy of BNA, here is a report on the update provided by Mexico’s Privacy (IFAI) President Commissioner Peschard Mariscal:

Data Protection
Mexico Will Not Rush to Compliance Review, Enforcement of New Law, DPA Chief Assures

Mexico’s data protection authority will not rush to carry out compliance inspections or take enforcement actions when rules implementing the country’s new data protection law begin taking effect in July, the head of the DPA, the Instituto Deral De Acceso a la Información Pública (IFAI), said March 10 at a conference.
As soon as the final rules are published in July, the government expects businesses and other covered entities to begin following the basic requirements that they appoint an individual to be in charge of data protection and establish written data security and privacy policies, IFAI President Commissioner Jacqueline Peschard Mariscal said.

Read more on Hogan Lovells Chronicle of Data Protection.

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