Mexico’s Federal Privacy Law

Mexico’s Federal Privacy Law

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This course (15 mins) by Professor Daniel Solove provides an introduction to Mexico’s Federal Privacy Law. The course discusses the Federal Law on Protection of Personal Data Held by Private Parties – or, in Spanish, Ley Federal de Protección de Datos Personales en Posesión de los Particulares (LFPDPPP).  The course discusses the individual rights that Mexico’s Federal Privacy law provides — known as the “ARCO rights.” The course also discusses the responsibilities of organizations that process personal data.  The course has 5 quiz questions.

The course also comes with use of the Whiteboard for Mexico’s Federal Privacy Law – a 1-page summary that can be used as a handout or poster.

Whiteboard Mexico Privacy Law

Learning Objectives

  • Learn the scope, applicability and basic terminology of Mexico’s Federal Privacy Law
  • Understand how the law defines personal data
  • Understand the rights the law provides
  • Learn about the responsibilities the law imposes on organizations
  • Understand the penalties for not complying

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