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Data Protection Law in Asia, Second Edition



Data protection continues to be an important issue in today's inter-connected world. In the Asia Pacific region, the protection of personal data is considered a prerequisite in successfully maintaining business ties, and is of paramount concern when work crosses jurisdictions. This Second Edition of Data Protection Law in Asia updates and examines all the amendments to the data protection laws of the 12 jurisdictions...

How to Manage Layoffs in Times of COVID-19 Crisis With Care



COVID-19 has had a devastating effect on many businesses around the world and Indonesia, although the number of confirmed COVID-19 cases are very low in comparison to its vast population, is affected the same way as other countries. Many companies have experienced a sharp drop in revenue while their fixed costs have largely remained at the same level. This is also affect the foreign investment in Indonesia. Indonesia has recorded a further decline in foreign direct investment realization in the second quarter this year, as the COVID-19 pandemic batters both the national and global economy....

Konsep-konsep Dasar Hukum Internasional dan Hukum Antariksa Internasional



Sejak dimulainya Era Keantariksaan pada tahun 1957, kemajuan yang dicapai di bidang ilmu pengetahuan dan teknologi beserta aplikasinya mengalami perkembangan yang sangat pesat. Ilmu pengetahuan dan teknologi Keantariksaan tidak saja telah bergerak dari pemanfaatan untuk kepentingan keunggulan militer dan bersifat publik, tetapi juga...

Data Protection Law in Singapore - Privacy and Sovereignty in an Interconnected World



The adoption of the Personal Data Protection Act transformed the legal regime for data protection in Singapore. This book explains the history and evolution of data protection in Singapore, highlights issues that are being worked out in practice and derives lessons that Singapore can learn from other jurisdictions - and that other jurisdictions...

Pelatihan Pejabat Pelindungan Data Pribadi Bersertifikasi. Become a Certified Data Protection Officer



Pemerintah Indonesia sedang membahaskan draf RUU Perlindungan Data Pribadi yang dijangka akan dikuatkuasakan pada akhir tahun ini. Salah satu klausalnya mengamanatkan perusahaan dan organisasi tertentu untuk menunjuk seorang pejabat perlindungan data pribadi. Undang-undang...

Draf RUU Pelindungan Data Pribadi ("RUU PDP")



Pemerintah Indonesia sedang merencanakan untuk membahas draf RUU Perlindungan Data Pribadi ("RUU PDP") pada akhir tahun ini. RUU ini sangat diperlukan mengingat pentingnya perlindungan data pribadi seiring dengan meningkatnya jumlah pengguna Internet dan telepon seluler. Sejumlah kasus berkaitan dengan kebocoran data pribadi menguatkan...

Big Data: Big Challenges to Privacy and Data Protection



Abstract - This paper seeks to analyse the benefits of big data and more importantly the challenges it pose to the subject of privacy and data protection. First, the nature of big data will be briefly deliberated before presenting the potential of big data in the present days. Afterwards, the issue of privacy and data protection is highlighted before discussing...

New Rules on Business Continuity Plans in Indonesia - What You Should Know and What you (Don't) Have to Do



In principle, all companies should have a so-called business continuity plan - commonly known as "BCP" - in place. Business continuity planning is the process a company undergoes to create a prevention and recovery system from potential threats such as natural disasters or cyber-attacks. It is designed to protect personnel and assets and make sure they can function quickly when disaster strikes...

Signing Documents in Times of COVID-19 and E-Signatures: Much Ado About Nothing?



Some parts of Indonesia, and Jakarta in particular, have again went into a lockdown as of mid-September 2020 as a result of COVID-19. Although the lockdown is scheduled to only last for two weeks, yet additional lockdowns may be necessary. Either way: with or without social distancing, meeting in person has become much more difficult. Many key decision makers work from home and prefer to not meet others in person in face of the risk of getting infected. This raises the question on what the formal requirements are for closing a deal in Indonesia and, in particular whether contracts and other...

Personal Data Protection Act: New Law, New Challenges



Background Overview The potential for misuse of sensitive personal information has triggered legislative and regulatory action across the globe, including Indonesia. On 24 January 2020, President Joko Widodo signed the Personal Data Protection (PDP) Bill which is currently being finalised by the Indonesian House of Representatives (DPR) and will be targeted to be passed on the upcoming months.

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