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Experts on Data Protection met to discuss Iberoamerican Standards in Cartagena

Experts on Data Protection met to discuss Iberoamerican Standards in Cartagena

The Deputy Superintendent for Personal Data Protection of the SIC, María Claudia Caviedes, and the Director of Investigations, Carlos Salazar, attended a workshop organized by the Spanish Cooperation Center in Cartagena, Colombia, related to Iberoamerican Standards of Personal Data Protection. 

Here, they discuss with other experts of Iberoamerican countries the launching of a document that may allow nations of the region, that don’t have a specific regulation in the matter, or want to reinforce their current legislation, to create a framework aligned with other Iberoamerican peers.

Also, this document will constitute the base of the Interamerican Cooperation Agreement, which has been broadly discuss in the Iberoamerican Data Protection Network (RIPD, for its acronym in Spanish).

The document is expected to have a final approval on June 22, 2017, at the “XV Meeting of the RIPD”.

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