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Wednesday, June 03, 2020

Protection of personal data in Internet providers in Paraguay

The Electronic Frontier Foundation carried out, together with the local NGO Tidec, the report "Who defends your data", which highlights preservation standards of private information of each company. Tigo obtained the best results, exceeding 50% satisfaction, while the state-owned Copaco and Vox showed the worst performance.

The concern about the right to privacy exists in the telecommunications sector, but it is still difficult for operators to translate it into technical legal terms. This is demonstrated by the report "Who defends your data", prepared by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, creator of the study "Who Has Your Back?", Which served as a model for the aforementioned, together with the NGO Tidec of Paraguay.

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