Ecuador’s new data protection regulation has now become law. The draft Organic Law on the Protection of Personal Data received no objections from the President of the Republic and has been published in the Official Registry, therefore becoming law. 

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The new law establishes a national data protection authority, regulates cross-border data transfers, and provides citizens with the rights including the right to request access to, amend and delete their personal data. 

What Does Ecuador’s New Law Look Like?

This new regulation is Ecuador’s first dedicated data protection law, and some of the key areas are outlined below:  

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How Can OneTrust Support Compliance with Ecuador’s New Data Protection Law? 

OneTrust’s solutions can help you comply with Ecuador’s new privacy regulation, including: 

Ecuador’s new data protection regulation has now become law, for the latest insight be sure to register for our webinar Ecuador Privacy: What You Need to Know About the New Law on June 29, or to find out more about how OneTrust can support your compliance request a demo today. 

Further reading on Ecuador’s new data protection law: 

Next steps on Ecuador’s new data protection law: 

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