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Fundamentals of the Data Privacy Act: Rights of a Data Subject

1,800.00

MCLE Prescribed Subject

1 Credit Unit

ATTY. LEANDRO ANGELO Y. AGUIRRE

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Fundamentals of the Data Privacy Act: Rights of a data subject

Despite the information being collected, stored, and transmitted between different entities, the data subject still exercises the rights provided by law in relation to his personal information.

CATEGORY

MCLE Prescribed Subject

CREDIT UNIT

1

DURATION

60:00

LAUNCH DATE

June 24, 2020

ABOUT THE COURSE

Under the Data Privacy Act (DPA), a data subject refers to an individual whose personal information is processed. This means that, despite the information being collected, stored and transmitted between different entities, the data subject still exercises the rights provided by law in relation to his personal information. These rights should generally still be observed even if the processing is justified under any of the lawful criteria of the DPA.

To give you a general framework for discerning the privacy implications of processing, this course will cover the various rights of a data subject and the general privacy principles of transparency, legitimate purpose, and proportionality.

COURSE STATUS

AVAILABLE

COURSE PRICE

PHP1,800.00

COURSE PREVIEW

Module 1: Obligations of the Personal Information Controller

Module 2: Right to Information, Access, and Object

Module 3: Right to Erasure, Rectification, Data Portability, Damages, and Interpretation Clause

Module 4: General Privacy Principles of Transparency, Legitimate Purpose, and Proportionality

LECTURER

ATTY. LEANDRO ANGELO Y. AGUIRRE

Deputy Commissioner, National Privacy Commission

Leandro Angelo Y. Aguirre, Deputy Commissioner of the National Privacy Commission, is a lawyer, law professor, and privacy advocate.

He received his Juris Doctor degree from the University of the Philippines College of Law in 2009 and was admitted to the Philippine Bar in 2010. In 2013, he obtained his Master of Laws from Harvard Law School where he took subjects on, among others, mergers and acquisition, information privacy, and corporate and capital markets law and policy. In 2014, he was admitted to the New York State Bar.