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Mexican GCs expect data privacy enforcement to rise following accession to EU convention

Ensuring secure data transfers is a growing priority for companies

Ensuring secure data transfers is a growing priority for companies (Credit: Markus Spiske on unsplash.com)

Lawyers in Mexico predict that the country’s Data Protection Agency (DPA) will step up its regulatory enforcement efforts to cement its place as a party to the European Union (EU) convention on the transfer and protection of personal data.

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