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Daily Dashboard | Argentina issues new regulation on data transfers Related reading: Tracking the politics of US privacy legislation

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The Argentine Data Protection Agency has issued a new regulation on international transfers of personal data, referred to as the DNPDP Disposition 60 — E/2016, the Allende & Brea blog reports. Under the new regulation, the DPA has approved a model form for international transfers to a data controller and another form for transfer to a data processor (for rendering services). The model is partly based on the EU data transfer model with some changes. If the data controller is using a different model, then it needs to file its agreement with the DPA for approval within 30 days;  Plus, the new regulation lists countries that are considered adequate (those recognized as adequate by the EU). (Link in Spanish).
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