Privacy Advisor

New data privacy law in Mexico

Multinational and internationally focused businesses in the United States and elsewhere have stepped up their efforts to monitor and comply with data protection laws in recent years. Reasons for this trend include an increasing proliferation of new laws in this area, public attention, enforcement initiatives by European data protection authorities and the generally increased focus on compliance with laws (which used to be a self-evident requirement applicable to all employees but has become a separate professional discipline or even office in many organizations.)

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