Part 5 of our Bahrain Personal Data Protection Law
Series looks at the rules governing the transfer of personal data outside Bahrain under Bahrain Data Protection Law (BDPL) and what this means for Bahrain businesses.
Solidarity Bahrain has implemented and is in compliance with Personal Data Protection Law
and has taken further steps towards enhancing the overall Risk Management framework and controls of the company." - TradeArabia News Service
Summary: Bahrain British Business Forum's (BBBF) special interest group (SIG) for legal professionals has recently hosted a panel discussion focusing on the new personal data protection law
Pakistan still lacks a personal data protection law
. A draft bill introduced by the IT ministry last year has several major shortcomings - the most pertinent in this case being that it does not extend to public bodies and government-held personal data, which includes biometric details.
Loizidou's office will be assessing whether the text messages violated the personal data protection law
, while the second text message sent out on Saturday is also in violation of legislation governing elections, which prohibits any form of campaigning by candidates on the day leading up to the vote.
And we have seen new legislation, such as Bahrain's personal data protection law
which comes into effect on 1 August this year.
Therefore, the product is ideal for enterprises in complying with the Personal Data Protection Law
Much of the increased spending, according to report author Yuki Uehara, will be due to the effects of Japan's Personal Data Protection Law
. That law, which went into effect in April 2005, imposes fines on business owners and managers of companies that expose consumer data.
Around 50 key officials from regulatory bodies and public-sector organizations attended the business awareness seminar organized by KPMG in Bahrain to highlight the detailed provisions of Bahrain's first standalone nationwide Personal Data Protection Law
. The seminar also showcased the key processes, implications and potential risks in terms of collecting, storing, using, disclosing and disposing personal data.
30 of 2018 on the Personal Data Protection Law