Assembling the privacy jigsaw: analysing recent amendments
- February 20, 13
Italy’s data protection framework, as set forth by Legislative Decree of 30 June 2003, No. 196 (Data Protection Code), has been significantly amended over the last year. However, the piecemeal approach of the legislature has created uncertainties, noted by the Garante in November 2012, which stated the current system is “complex and difficult to read”, requesting that the Italian Parliament and Government evaluate their approach to data protection. Laura Liguori and Federica de Santis, Partner and Associate at Portolano Cavallo Studio Legale, outline the successive changes that have occurred in Italy and what we can expect to see this year.
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