Colombia's data protection authority, the Superintendencia de Industria y Comercio, ratified security orders against Uber related to its 2016 data breach. The order, issued in June 2019, requires Uber to improve the security measures to ensure the protection of citizens' data. Uber has four months to comply with the order and must provide a certification issued by a national or foreign entity. Editor's note: University of the Andes' Alejandro Londoño Congote wrote about the DPA's order against Uber in this piece for Privacy Tracker.
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