Now in its third year, the Spanish-language update on Latin American privacy regulations and enforcement is a must-attend session for anyone serious about doing the work of privacy in the southern part of the Western Hemisphere. This year features data protection authorities from Costa Rica, Argentina, and Mexico, plus an update on Brazil’s long journey toward a comprehensive data protection law. Hosted by former Colombian DPA José Alejandro Bermúdez, the IAPP provides simultaneous translation for the panel into English at 2 p.m. in Salon 12. Looking for more Spanish-language content? Click the “Read More” link and peruse the Latin American Dashboard Digest, the IAPP’s first non-English monthly publication.
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