Global Privacy Trends Around Data Minimization Continue at Speed


At Value Privacy we are seeing a consistent LATAM and global trend in Privacy. 

Chile is making amendments to Law No 19,628 on Protection of Private Life which would require controllers to observe privacy by design, appoint a person in charge of data protection, comply with globally observed privacy principles (data minimisation, purpose limitation, accuracy), facilitate the exercise of data subject rights within 15 business days (access, rectification, deletion, portability, opposition), and protect personal data transferred overseas; the newly created Personal Data Protection Agency will take over oversight and enforcement of data protection matters from SERNAC.


This law raises 3 some important questions

-Do you hold more PI data about consumers and individuals than you need

-Do you have oversight and governance in place

-How do you value your privacy

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