Francoise Gilbert

On July 2, 2011, Peru adopted its first “Law on the Protection of Personal Data.” The law was published in the country’s official gazette of July 3, 2011 as Law No. 29733. Inspired from the Spanish data protection law and the APEC Privacy Framework, this new law is intended to bring Peru to a level of data protection that would be satisfactory to the European Union member states and other countries that have adopted similar data protection regimes. (more…)