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19 May 2021
Weak data protection rules in eight major economies are hurting US drug development companies, according to a major trade association of intellectual property owners.
29 January 2021
After the previous administration failed to pass GDPR-like legislation that would have cemented the country’s EU adequacy status, Argentina’s government is preparing a new data privacy law that could be unveiled in early 2021.
14 December 2020
Argentina’s Access to Public Information Agency has released guidance on video surveillance, automatised processing and consent.
18 January 2019
The Argentine data protection watchdog has published its much-awaited guidelines for the use of binding corporate rules in international data transfers.
14 December 2018
Diego Fernández, a partner at Marval O'Farrell & Mairal in Buenos Aires, compares Argentina’s new data protection bill to the legislation it is replacing.
03 December 2018
The Association for Civil Rights (ADC) has said there should more transparency in how government agencies use data from public sources, and that information from social media platforms should be treated differently to other open source data.
09 November 2018
Argentina’s executive branch has presented its Congress with a draft data protection bill in a bid to align the country’s data protection standards with the GDPR.
24 September 2018
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