Posts Tagged ‘data protection’

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Data Protection Rules and Principles in Indonesia

By Denny Rahmansyah and Saprita Tahir There are several main obligations that must be fulfilled by an electronic system provider (ESP) in Indonesia under Minister of Communication and Informatics Regulation No. 20 of 2016 regarding Personal Data Protection in Electronic Systems (MOCI Regulation 20) to ensure that personal data is processed properly. These obligations include:

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Data Protection in Indonesia

By Denny Rahmansyah and Saprita Tahir Article 28(G) of the 1945 Constitution is considered as the basis for more specific data privacy legislation in Indonesia. Article 28(G) provides that every person has the right to: (i) Protection of their personal selves, families, respect, dignity and possessions under their control; and (ii) Security and protection from [...]

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SSEK Contributes Indonesia Chapter to Data Protection Global Guide

Denny Rahmansyah, a partner at SSEK Legal Consultants, and Saprita Tahir, an associate at the firm, have contributed chapters on data protection and privacy in Indonesia as part of the Data Protection Global Guide 2017/18. The guide is published by Thomson Reuters Practical Law. Denny and Saprita provide an overview of data protection and privacy [...]

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SSEK Speaks at Master Class on Legal Aspects of Cloud Computing in Indonesia

SSEK Legal Consultants was asked to speak at the Techonomy Master Class 2017 organized by the Business Law Society at the University of Indonesia Faculty of Law. The theme of the event was “Privacy and Security Concerns in Cloud Computing.” Harry Kuswara, an associate at SSEK, gave a presentation at the event. He disused data [...]

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Data Protection in Indonesia: Breaches and Marketing

By Winnie Y. Rolindrawan and Meta N. Mustikaningrum Data Breaches A data breach involving a financial institution in Indonesia does not trigger an immediate reporting requirement to the relevant authority. Instead, periodical reports on consumer complaints and further services and settlements provided to such consumers must be made to the Financial Services Authority (“OJK”) or [...]

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Bank Secrecy and Data Protection in Indonesia

By Winnie Y. Rolindrawan and Meta N. Mustikaningrum Banks in Indonesia are subject to bank secrecy/confidentiality obligations grounded in Law No. 7 of 1992 regarding Banking, as lastly amended by Law No. 10 of 1998 (the “Banking Law”). Under the Banking Law, banks and their affiliates are required to keep confidential information regarding its depositing [...]

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Data Protection in the Indonesian Financial Services Sector

By Winnie Y. Rolindrawan and Meta N. Mustikaningrum The Indonesian Minister of Communication and Informatics (“MOCI”) issued Regulation No. 20 of 2016 regarding the Protection of Personal Data in Electronic Systems (“MOCI Reg. 20″) to regulate the protection of personal data by electronic system providers in Indonesia. This regulation strengthens existing data protection obligations (e.g., [...]

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The Development of Personal Data Protection in Indonesia

By Fahrul S. Yusuf and Winnie Y. Rolindrawan After months of drafting and deliberation, Indonesia’s Ministry of Communication and Informatics (“MOCI”) in late 2016 issued a long-awaited regulation on the protection of personal data. MOCI Regulation No. 20 of 2016 regarding the Protection of Personal Data in Electronic Systems (“MOCI Reg”) was issued on December [...]

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Data Protection in Indonesia

By Richard D. Emmerson and Indrawan Dwi Yuriutomo There is no comprehensive data protection law in Indonesia. Indonesian legal scholars often refer to Article 28(g) of the 1945 Constitution as the basis (albeit rather vague basis) for more specific data privacy legislation. Article 28(g) of the 1945 Constitution states: Each person shall have the right [...]