Privacy Principles: OAS Adds New Privacy and Data Protection Principle

Updated guidance for Member States includes an additional principle on the establishment of data protection authorities in each member state, more specific transparency obligations for companies (contact information of data controller, legal basis of processing and access rights), data portability rights, right to object to further processing, and more specific security obligations (e.g., consider the evolution of threats to privacy

Jurisdiction(s): United States – All United States,All Canada,Argentina,Bahamas,Barbados,Belize,Bolivia,Brazil,Chile,Colombia,Costa Rica,Cuba,Dominican Republic,Ecuador,El Salvador,Guatemala,Haiti,Honduras,Jamaica,Mexico,Nicaragua,Panama,Paraguay,Peru,Saint Kitts and Nevis,Saint Lucia,Trinidad and Tobago,Uruguay,Venezuela

 

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