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Volume: 15 Issue: 4
(April 2018)

Keywords:
enforcement supervisory data security

Authors:
oscar montezuma paola gálvez

Organisations:
montezuma & porto

Jurisdictions:
peru

Peru: APDP’s enforcement actions: current trends

The Peruvian Law No. 29.733 on the Protection of Personal Data 2011 was adopted on June 2011 and its regulations came into force on March 2013 (‘the Law’). Since then, the Peruvian data protection authority (‘APDP’) has not only been actively enforcing the law but also issuing opinions intended to provide guidance to companies and individuals on the scope of the Law. Oscar Montezuma and Paola Gálvez, Partner and Associate respectively at Montezuma & Porto, provide insight into the APDP’s enforcement actions, making reference to key cases, and highlighting the main takeaways for companies operating in Peru.

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