Argentina's data protection authority, the Agency of Access to Public Information, opened a public consultation on the draft bill to amend Law No. 25.326 on the Protection of Personal Data. The filing to the Official Gazette of the Argentine Republic notes the draft bill seeks to address "new scenarios characterized by constant movements of large data flows" while working to "maintain protection standards capable of reconciling the digital economy, technological innovation and the protection of fundamental rights, within the framework of an inclusive development project." The AAIP's public comment period ends Sept. 30.
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