As we mentioned in previous articles, compared to the changes in Personal Data that the European Union experienced last year, both at the community level and at the national level, due to the sanction of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDRP), many Latin American countries began to modify their own laws, not only to comply with the regulations in the cases in which the same are applicable to them but also to be in accordance with this wave of modernization and strengthening.
In the specific case of Argentina, a bill was recently presented to Congress that would replace the Personal Data Protection Law No. 25,326, which has been in force since 2000, in an attempt to align the data protection standards of the country with the GDPR. Furthermore, through Resolution 159/2018, published in the Official Gazette dated December 5th, 2018, the modification of the personal data protection authority was arranged, replacing the National Directorate for the Protection of Personal Data by the Agency of Access to Public Information (known as ¨AAIP¨ in Spanish).
It is in this context of continuous changes in data protection in Argentina and while awaiting the treatment in the National Congress of …Read More