Indonesia’s new data-protection law changes the country’s privacy landscape

28 October 2022 00:00

Duration: 13:26

After years of discussion and soul-searching, Indonesia’s ambitious data-protection legislation, which borrows heavily from the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation, has landed. The new rules will change the way businesses process data and how that data can be transferred across borders. But many of the new law’s key provisions still require further detail before companies can map out their compliance plans.

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