Recently President Joko Widodo finally issued the long-awaited regulation on the issue of data localization in the new Government Regulation of the Republic of Indonesia No. 71 of 2019. The new regulation is expected to provide a more flexible approach to data management.

Dentons HPRP's lawyers, Fabiola Hutagalung (Partner), Giani Virginia Rajab (Associate), and Widiarahmi Afiandari (Professional Support Lawyer) have taken a look at the new regulation and highlighting the important points. Apart from provisions on data centres, this note also highlights other material provisions in the new regulation.

The article can be downloaded here.

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