Panama’s Law No. 81 on Personal Data Protection comes into effect on March 29, 2021, bringing a new set of compliance challenges for organizations. OneTrust can help support your compliance with Panama’s privacy law and make sure your program is up to date by March 29.

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Panama’s Data Protection Law: What You Need to Know

The law establishes that for the processing of personal data to be lawful, it must be carried out with the prior, informed, and unequivocal consent of the data subject, or leveraging another legal basis, including being necessary for the fulfilling a contractual obligation, provided that the data subject is a party.

The law will apply to natural or legal persons, public or private law, and profitable and non-profit organizations. The key requirements of the law include the following:

Panama’s data protection regulation will afford data subjects a range of rights, including:

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How Can OneTrust Support Compliance with Panama’s Privacy Regulation?

OneTrust has the solutions to help you comply with Panama’s privacy regulation, including:

Panama’s new privacy regulation comes into effect March 29, for the latest insight be sure to register for our webinar Panama’s Personal Data Protection Law on April 6, or to find out more about how OneTrust can support your compliance request a demo today.

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