Argentina: Penalty to Google for denying the right of access.

The Public Information Access Agency fined Google a total of 280,000 pesos (4,000 euros) for denying a user access to her own personal data. An individual, who requested access to information in her Gmail account and related applications based on a modification of her passwords by an unauthorized third party, was denied by the company.

“In comparison with the sanctions imposed in Europe, in our country the sanctions provided for by law are economically low. Consequently, updating our Personal Data Protection Law is an increasingly evident need”. Agency Director Eduardo Bertoni.

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