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Latin America: Tracking privacy trends in the age of the GDPR

In the last few years, data protection laws have been passed in several Latin American countries. The protection of personal data is therefore becoming increasingly significant on this side of the world. With the aim of supporting a growth in the interest of protecting personal data, the Ibero-American Data Protection Network (‘RIPD’) has promoted several initiatives, dialogues, policies, and technologies to guarantee this fundamental right in the region. Florencia Rosati and Ludmila Petrinelli, Partner and Associate respectively at Estudio Beccar Varela, provide an overview of the main trends in Argentina and the rest of Latin America at a time when the EU has adopted the General Data Protection Regulation (Regulation (EU) 2016/679) (‘GDPR’).

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