Data Protection Authority Chairs 6th International Personal Data Protection Congress
31 October 2018
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On June 6, the Colombian Industry and Commerce Superintendence
(Superintendencia de Industria y Comercio) carried out the
6th International Personal Data Protection Congress,
which included experts from countries such as Canada, the United
States, Uruguay, Argentina, Brazil, and Mexico (source document in
Spanish). The Congress discussed the global impact of the European
General Data Protection Regulation and how to achieve a joint
regulation between nations.
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