lunes, noviembre 06, 2017

Pablo Palazzi bio data privacy

 Pablo A. Palazzi

Mr. Palazzi is a partner of Allende & Brea, a law firm in Buenos Aires, in the IT & IP Department. Before that, he worked as a foreign associate at Morrison & Foester LLP in New York. Mr. Palazzi obtained his law degree at the School of Law of Universidad Católica. In May 2,000 he obtained an LL.M. from Fordham Law School (New York). He is admitted to practice law in Argentina and in New York.

Mr. Palazzi was involved in the drafting of the national data protection act and its regulations and the data protection law for the city of Buenos Aires. Mr. Palazzi participated actively as a foreign law advisor in the assessment for adequacy by the European Commission of Uruguay and Argentina. He was also involved in the drafting of the Standard Contractual Clauses for Latin America by the Red Iberoamericana de Proteccion de Datos in 2021 and has collaborated with the Council of Europe in the drafting of the standard contractual clauses under Convention 108+.

He was involved in the drafting of the Computer Crimes Act in the year 2008 and is a member of the Advisory Committee of the Cybercrime Program of the Ministry of Justice of Argentina. He has also been actively involved in the drafting of the data protection bill in the years 2017-2018 based on GDPR.

Mr. Palazzi is a member of the editorial board of International Data Privacy Law (Oxford University), a founding member and current director of the Latin American Data Protection Law Review (annual law review on data protection, 2010-2019), and member also of the International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP), where he was the KnowledgeNet chair for Buenos Aires for several years. At IAPP, Mr. Palazzi has also collaborated in the drafting of the Model Data Processing agreement at IAPP´s Privacy Bar Section. He has been a frequent speaker the CPDP conference, at PLI seminars in New York, the IAPP summit in Washington DC and the Privacy Laws & Business conference at Cambridge (UK).

Mr. Palazzi has been teaching a complete graduate course on “Data protection and Access to Information Law” in the Internet law Program of San Andres University since the year 2008.

jueves, agosto 10, 2017

Normativa colombiana sobre adecuación y transferencia internacional

 SIC: Circular Externa No. 05 del 10 de agosto de 2017

Por medio de la cual se adiciona un Capítulo Tercero al Título V de la Circular Única sobre Transferencia de datos personales a terceros países. (Publicada en el Diario Oficial, Año CLIII No 50.321, del 10 de agosto de 2017, pág. 10)

Circular Externa No. 005

Bogotá D.C., 10 AGO 2017

(Publicada en el Diario Oficial, Año CLIII No 50.321, del 10 de agosto de 2017, pág. 10)


Asunto: Adicionar un Capítulo Tercero [Transferencia de datos personales a terceros países] al Título V de la Circular Única.

miércoles, junio 28, 2017

Corte Suprema de canada - Goocle v. Equustek Solutions Inc., Robert Angus and Clarma Enterprises Inc.



Citation: Google Inc. v. Equustek Solutions Inc., 2017 SCC 34, [2017] 1 S.C.R. 824

Appeal Heard: December 6, 2016

Judgment Rendered: June 28, 2017

Docket: 36602



Google Inc.





Equustek Solutions Inc., Robert Angus and Clarma Enterprises Inc.



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