The Data Protection Authority issues draft decisions with respect to the Personal Data Protection Law
The Data Protection Authority (currently the Ministry of Justice, Islamic Affairs and Waqf) (“Authority”) has recently issued three (3) draft decisions for consultation (“Draft Decision(s)”), pursuant to certain articles in the Personal Data Protection Law (Law No. 30 of 2018) (“PDPL”) stipulating the issuance of executive regulations. The Authority confirmed that it is currently accepting feedback on the Draft Decisions and will continue to do so until the end of June 2021. Feedback can be sent to the following e-mail address: email@example.com.
We have set out below some important highlights of the Draft Decisions.
Draft Decision No. 1: The Data Subjects' Rights
Draft Decision No. 2: The Duties of the Data Protection Guardian
Draft Decision No. 3: The Conditions to be Met in the Technical and Organisational Measures
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