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Qatar

National Data Protection Authority - Other Government Agencies
Qatar Financial Centre Regulatory Authority (QFCRA)
The QFC Regulatory Authority, an independent regulatory body of the Qatar Financial Centre (QFC), regulates firms that conduct financial services in or from the QFC. It has a broad range of regulatory powers to authorise, supervise and, when necessary, discipline firms and individuals. The QFC Regulatory Authority regulates firms using principle-based legislation of international standard, modelled closely on the laws used in other major financial centres. 
Privacy Laws and Regulations
Law No. 13 of 2016 on the protection of personal data privacy
QFC Data Protection Regulations (2005)
QFC Data Protection Rules
The Telecommunications By-Law (2009)
Electronic Commerce and Transactions Law (2010)

Related:

A Look at New Trends in 2017: Privacy Laws in Africa and the Near East (Bloomberg BNA Privacy and Security Law Report; 09/11/2017)

Privacy Laws in Africa and the Near East (Bloomberg BNA World Data Protection Report; June 2016)

Privacy Laws in Africa and the Middle East (Bloomberg BNA Privacy & Security Law Report; 4/28/2014)

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