On November 29, the IFAI reported a Mx$129,520 (approximately US$9,300) fine to an undisclosed company for breaching Mexico's data privacy law (Ley Federal de Protección de Datos Personales en Posesión de los Particulares). According to the statement, the fine marks the first time an offender has voluntarily complied with a sanction imposed for breaching the data privacy law. Since the law became effective in 2012, the IFAI has resolved 34 sanctioning procedures, imposing fines that in the aggregate add up to Mx$100,516,107.13 (approximately US$7,217,769.89).

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