This week’s Privacy Tracker legislative roundup spans from Indonesia to Romania to Mexico, highlighting calls for updates to privacy laws and challenges to laws that may violate privacy. In Romania, a new law requiring registration of pre-paid SIM cards is raising privacy concerns, while in Mexico a proposal that has caused much concern among privacy advocates will move ahead without interference from the Federal Institute for Access to Public Information and Data Protection. In the U.S., Delaware has passed a law that expands access rights of estate attorneys and other fiduciaries to the digital data of the deceased—with the report indicating it may become a national trend. (IAPP member login required.)
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