IAA | Argentina and the Right to Privacy | Juan Agustín Otero

Argentina and the Right to Privacy

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From the Constitution to the most recent updates to data protection regulations, Argentina provides a robust legal framework to exercise the right to privacy. However, some critics warn that current laws should be modernized to keep up with international standards. In this episode, Juan Agustín Otero will cover the main features of Argentina’s privacy landscape and briefly discuss some perspectives for the near future.

Juan Agustín Otero is a lawyer who joined Bruchou, Fernandez Madero & Lombardi’s IP, Privacy, New Technologies, and Legal Advertising Department in 2021. His practice focuses on data protection, copyright, brands, advertising law and general technology issues. Before joining the firm, Juan Agustín worked for two years as a data protection advisor to the Director of the Access to Public Information Agency, the national data protection authority of Argentina (2019-2020). There, he acquired vast experience in local and international data privacy issues.

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