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There is not a day that passes without news reports and developments in data protection and/or data protection related issues.
It is expected that the draft law will be promulgated shortly. The purpose of this workshop is to give insights into what the law will entail and what measures companies must take. In addition, the workshop will also afford a brief overview of international instruments as well as a comparative analysis of existing laws in other ASEAN countries.
- Background and Introduction: Why protect personal data?
- Personal Data Protection International Instruments: OECD Guidelines, EU data protection directive, APEC Privacy Framework, General Data Protection Regulation
- National approaches and data protection in Asia and ASEAN
- Transpacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) and data protection
- Indonesia’s existing law on data protection
- Indonesia’s proposed new draft law
- The new law and Its impact on companies and organizations
- What companies and organizations need to do
- Where and how to start
Abu Bakar Munir is an internationally‑renowned scholar, expert and consultant on ICT Law and Data Protection Law. He held the position of Dean of the Faculty of Law, University of Malaya, Malaysia. Currently, he is a Professor of Law at the Faculty and an Associate Fellow at the University of Malaya, Malaysian Centre for Regulatory Studies (UMCoRS). He is a Legal Advisor and Data Protection Consultant at the Straits Interactive Pte Ltd Singapore, Academic Advisory Council Member of the Asia Pacific Institute for the Digital Economy (APIDE) Tokyo, a member of the Asian Privacy Scholars Network (APSN) and Chairman of the Data Protection Committee of the University of Malaya.
Professor Abu Bakar is the author of several books; Privatization (1992), Cyberlaw: Policies and Challenges (1999), Privacy and Data Protection (2002), Internet Banking: Law and Practice (2004), and Information and Communication Technology Law: State, Internet and Information (2010). His work; Personal Data Protection in Malaysia: Law and Practice (2010) is the must-read book that provides guidance on how to comply with the Malaysian Personal Data Protection Act (PDPA) of 2010. His most recent book, Data Protection Law in Asia (Thomson Reuters, Hong Kong) was published in December 2014. He is currently working on the second edition.
Professor DR. Ida Bagus Rahmadi Supancana, S.H., M.H.
Schinder Law Firm – Senior Advisor
Professor of Law – Atmajaya Catholic University Jakarta
Chairman and Founder of the Center for Regulatory Research, he obtained a PhD in International Law from Leiden University, the Netherlands (1998), LL.M in Law and Economy from University of Indonesia (1990) and LL.B in International Law from Padjadajaran University (1983). He has also acted as a Guest Lecturer at several universities, both in Indonesia and abroad (among others: Advanced Studies on Air and Space Law, Leiden University, Kobe University). His main areas of expertise are in the field of Aviation and Space Law; Foreign Direct Investment Law; Settlement of Disputes (Arbitration and ADR); Cyber Law; Mining; International Commercial Contract; and Regulatory Reform.
He has acted as an advisor and consultant for various international organizations and donor countries (GIZ, JICA, World Bank, British Embassy, EU Trade, among others) as well as Indonesian Governmental Agencies (among others, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Defense, National Institute of Aeronautics and Space, National Law Reform Body, National Development Planning Board, National Investment Coordination Board, etc.). He often represents the government in bilateral and multilateral negotiations (ASEAN Regional Forum, APEC, UN Committee on Peaceful Uses of Outer Space, APSCO, among others).
|Category||Early Bird Rate||Standard Rate|
|One delegate pas sat Data Protection Law Workshop||IDR 2,300,000||IDR 3,000,000|
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