Indonesia recently announced that it plans to complete negotiations and legislation concerning a personal data protection bill in November 2020. The bill is a long time coming, as it was introduced to the Indonesian legislature in 2014, and is expected to adopt many principles and aspects of GDPR.
Specifically, Indonesia’s data protection bill is said to focus on five primary areas of protection related to:
1) Data collection
2) Data processing
3) Data security
4) Data breach
5) Data erasure
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