The case for integrated data protection laws in Latin America
Electronic privacy legislation is spreading. During the last three years Chile, Argentina, Paraguay and Peru have approved new data protection statutes regulating the collection and use of personal data, and in some cases prohibiting data transfer to countries that do not have adequate protection of privacy. Brazil, Mexico and Uruguay have proposed legislation under consideration.
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