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Presentation in Buenos Aires book of Ibero-American Data Protection

Dear friends, I leave this presentation of a book that reflects the joint work of my colleagues and I in the Ibero-American Observatory on Data Protection, which collects unification of legal criteria on privacy on and off line, to create culture. Greetings. I hope you like them. Thanks for the space always. Under the direction of Mr. Daniel Lopez carballo, Spain. Complutense University of Madrid.

Words by Daniel López Carballo.
Towards an effective protection of the data in Latin America
The book has been presented in electronic format, "Towards an effective protection of data in Latin America. Declarations of the initiative of the Ibero-American Observatory of Data Protection ", published by the Ombudsman's Office of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires (Argentina).
The work has been elaborated from the Ibero-American Observatory on Data Protection, an initiative whose main purpose is to extend the culture of privacy and data protection in the different countries, favoring the knowledge of existing legislation and jurisprudence in this respect, the rights and Actions that assist their citizens, trying to promote a climate of legal security in the treatment of personal data that contributes to the development of legal science in Latin America.
The contents of the Observatory are the result of the learning and daily practice of jurists, lawyers, professors, judges and prosecutors who participate in this collaborative initiative by disregarding their articles and participating in their different Declarations and events organized within the initiative, The intention to achieve a greater knowledge of this branch of law, so fundamental and sometimes unknown, not only in the international legal community, if not among the citizenship itself.
The initiative was born in January 2013 as a meeting place, where you can share experiences and ideas in the legal and operational area of ​​privacy and data protection, on the different Ibero-American regulations and their application. Currently the initiative has more than 130 collaborators of 22 nationalities, having presence in all countries of Latin America.
The work presented includes the different Declarations elaborated within the initiative of the Observatory, both by the collaborators of the initiative and by professionals, citizens and Institutions that cooperate in its drafting, in order to raise awareness of the importance of applying criteria Regulations on privacy, data protection and habeas data, as well as the unification of the same in the Ibero-American countries.
For Daniel López Carballo, Director of the initiative of the Observatory and Partner of the Data Protection and Privacy Area of ​​ECIJA, "the regulatory area must be completed with the establishment of mechanisms and instruments to make such protection effective, analysis of the impact of new technologies And business models, a clear awareness of citizens establishing educational systems based on greater protection and knowledge of their own data and the generation of privacy culture within companies, where data has been consolidated as the currency of The digital economy and its protection as a differentiating value that generates confidence. In this sense, the declarations of the initiative are born as a clear commitment of all the parties involved in the processing of personal data ".
We must not forget, as Eduardo Peduto, Director of the Center for the Protection of Personal Data of the Ombudsman's Office of the Buenos Aires City, says, "When protecting data, we protect people. This is the essence of our action both in the disclosure, training, investigation or when we receive complaints about the violation of personal data. Emphasize, never never enough vast, that when we focus on personal data protection we are protecting people. We are protecting your privacy, your privacy, your dignity. Its citizenship, understood this in the broad sense in which today is recognized by the development of the social sciences. In short, we are protecting its greatest attribute: its condition of being human ".
The different Declarations presented in Lima (Peru), Barranquilla (Colombia), Buenos Aires and La Plata (Argentina), Santiago de Chile (Chile), Riobamba (Ecuador), Panama City (Panama), Mexico D.F. (Mexico) and San José (Costa Rica) address different aspects related to the processing of personal data, such as the need to address a unification of normative criteria in Latin America, education, protection of minors, the need to adopt instruments for Effective protection, security and protection of data on the Internet, security criteria and measures, protection of digital identity and the right to forget, implementation of guarantees in big data treatments and the implementation of a Seal for the treatment of Personal data in Latin America.
According to Mauricio Garro, former National Director of the Agency for Data Protection of Inhabitants, Ministry of Justice and Peace of the Republic of Costa Rica, "in the weighting of data protection systems, there is a clear to To harmonize the different regulations. This necessarily implies a paradigm shift in our conception of Privacy, given the current that fosters greater freedom in the transfer of information, a virtue both for the needs of state security and for the initiative of the new generations in their Daily communication, aspects that undoubtedly raise the value of the work presented ".
The result of the work carried out since the initiative of the Ibero-American Observatory on Data Protection, is a work of constant relevance, whose work has involved 77 professionals of recognized prestige, from different nationalities (Argentina, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Cuba , Ecuador, Spain, Guatemala, Mexico, Panama, Peru, Portugal, the Dominican Republic and Uruguay), and that in itself is evidence of international cooperation and the relevance of the issues addressed therein, And the impact of new technologies have changed the way we relate, we develop our professional activity in an increasingly global society.
It is freely accessible to the Work "Towards effective protection of data in Latin America. Declarations of the initiative of the Ibero-American Observatory of Data Protection "through the Online Library of the Ombudsman's Office of the Autonomous City of Buenos Aires in the following link.

http://es.calameo.com/books/002682399c9e17199b3dd

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