Last Monday, May 8, the Personal Data Protection Bill (“the Bill”) concluded its discussion in the Chamber of Deputies and was submitted back to the Senate, where it was originally filed. Considering the prompt processing of the Bill over the past few months, it is expected that during late 2023 Chile will finally have a regulation appropriate to the digital economy environment in which we operate, with a governing authority, new rights for data subjects and the possibility for organizations to certify their compliance models; among other matters
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