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author: Natalia Enciso Benítez

Data protection on the Internet and its lack of regulation in Paraguay: adequate regulation for call centres

2011

This research focuses on data protection regulations in Paraguay in order to analyse whether it contains provisions regulating the computerised processing of personal data and transborder data flows.
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