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Tipo de material : bachelorThesis
Título : Estándar adecuado de protección para la transferencia internacional de datos personales en el Ecuador
Autor : Razza Sandoval, Christian Alejandro
Tutor : Naranjo Godoy, Lorena
Fecha de publicación : 2019
Editorial : Quito: Universidad de las Américas, 2019
Citación : Razza Sandoval, C. A. (2019). Estándar adecuado de protección para la transferencia internacional de datos personales en el Ecuador (Tesis de pregrado). Universidad de las Américas, Quito.
Resumen : Los datos personales se han vuelto a nivel internacional un activo intangible que permite la productividad y competitividad...
Descripción : Personal data has become an intangible asset internationally that allows productivity and competitiveness. Reason why it has been necessary to regulate its treatment properly by a series of mechanisms, rights and principles that guarantee the right to the protection of personal data. At present, this right is conceived as an autonomous, complex and instrumental right. Ecuador, with the 2008 Constitution recognized it, however, until now it has not provided enough guarantees to make effective its protection. Even more serious, is that there is no regulation regarding the international transfer of personal data (ITPD), so if the personal data of its citizens are subject to one of these transfers would be in a total state of vulnerability. Historically some legislations have shown a greater concern for the protection of personal data, as is the case of the European Union (EU) which, in 2016, with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) established a set of mechanisms for ITPD. For this reason, in the EU with the GDPR an adequate level of protection is required from third countries or international organizations, in order to authorize an ITPD. Trend that has been followed worldwide, in the United States with the Privacy Shield, and in Latin America with the adoption and application of international standards in their specific legislation on personal data protection. In this line, in the present investigation according to the study of the protection standards that are handled internationally, specifically in Europe and the United States, it will be determined which protection standard suits to adopt Ecuador if it wants to advantage from the benefits implied by an adequate regulation regarding the ITPD.
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