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Daily Dashboard | Peruvian opinion on employee surveillance during pandemic highlights consent Related reading: CPPA board charts course for CPRA rulemaking




The Peruvian National Authority for the Protection of Personal Data issued a non-binding advisory opinion in response to concerns raised by the publication of guidelines on employee surveillance during the COVID-19 pandemic. The advisory opinion states employers do not need to obtain employee consent for any efforts to track the spread of the disease, whether its temperature monitoring or alerting staff members' contacts of possible exposure. Barlaw External Consultant Catherine Escobedo has the takeaways from the opinion in this piece for The Privacy Advisor.
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