Privacy Library

Nicaragua

Privacy Law and Regulations
Law No. 787 of Personal Data Protection and its regulation Decree No. 36-2012
Constitution
Article 26 grants the right of personal and family privacy as well as guarantees the inviolability of domicile, correspondence and communications of any kind

Related:

A Look at New Trends: Data Privacy Laws in the Western Hemisphere (Latin America, Caribbean and Canada) Continue to Evolve (Bloomberg BNA Privacy and Security Law Report; 06/12/2017)

Data Privacy Laws in the Western Hemisphere (Latin America, Caribbean and Canada) (Bloomberg BNA World Data Protection Report; June 2016)

Privacy in Latin America and the Caribbean (Bloomberg BNA Privacy & Security Law Report; 4/28/2015)

Privacy in Latin America and the Caribbean (Bloomberg BNA Privacy & Security Law Report; 4/14/2014)

Privacy in Latin America (Privacy & Security Law Report; 1/7/2013)

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