On July 8, the Ministry of Justice and Human Rights (Ministerio de Justicia y Derechos Humanos), through the Directorate General of Personal Data Protection and along with 11 representatives of taxi and transport services companies that provide services via virtual applications, enacted a resolution (source document in Spanish) concerning the protection of users' personal data. This resolution, or "commitment," followed several claims that taxi drivers were using clients' personal data to sexually harass them. According to the resolution, companies will train taxi drivers in order to avoid sexual harassment, work on the implementation of clauses regarding data protection in their contracts, and strengthen measures that protect the confidentiality of users.
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