Privacy laws in the Middle East vary by country, but generally, they follow Islamic principles and are based on personal privacy rights outlined in the national constitution.
Privacy laws vary by country, but generally, they follow Islamic principles and are based on personal privacy rights outlined in the national constitution. Some countries in the Middle East, such as UAE and Bahrain, have enacted specific privacy laws, while others, like Saudi Arabia and Iran, do not have specific privacy laws but have privacy provisions in other laws, such as cybercrime and data protection laws. In general, privacy laws in the Middle East place restrictions on the collection and use of personal data, and provide individuals with the right to access, modify, and delete their personal information. Some countries in the region, such as Dubai, have established government-backed data protection authorities to enforce privacy laws.
Our Saas consent management solution:
- Personal data control at the level of individual HCPs
- Detailed, real time capturing of opt-ins/opt-outs according to mandatory GDPR Data Processing Record and local regulations
- Single source of truth for HCP data leading to higher data quality and less internal discussions about validity of the collected e-consent
- Data quality algorithm by Match & Merge to reduce duplication & improve golden records
- Seamless connections with your marketing channels (e.g web, e-detail, portal) and automated synchronized with all channels onnected, resulting in no more manual labor plus less mistakes
- Automated synchronization with widely used applications in pharma, such as Veeva & OCE
- Consent & preference center for HCPs
- Data insights based on internal and external resources
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European Union 🇪🇺
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is a regulation of the European Union (EU) that became effective on May 25, 2018.
United States 🇺🇸
In the United States there are several privacy laws and regulations on a national, state and local level. There is not one national privacy law in the United States. Certain states, like California, introduced their own comprehensive privacy laws and other states are expected to follow.
The Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA) is a federal privacy law that came into effect on January 1, 2004.
The Privacy Act 1988 is a federal privacy law that sets standards for the collection, storage, use, and disclosure of personal information by Australian government agencies and some private sector organizations.
The Act on the Protection of Personal Information (APPI) is a privacy law that came into effect on May 30, 2017.
The General Data Protection Law (Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados, or LGPD) is a privacy law that came into effect on August 16, 2020.
The Information Technology (Reasonable Security Practices and Procedures and Sensitive Personal Data or Information) Rules, 2011 (also known as the IT Rules) is a privacy and data protection law in India.
China has several laws and regulations that relate to privacy and data protection, including the Cybersecurity Law of the People’s Republic of China, which came into effect on June 1, 2017, and the Personal Information Protection Law, which is still in draft form.
Privacy laws vary by country, with some having comprehensive privacy legislation and others having limited provisions.
Privacy laws vary by country, but generally, they follow Islamic principles and are based on personal privacy rights outlined in the national constitution.
The privacy law in Russia is regulated by the Federal Law No. 152-FZ “On Personal Data”. It outlines the rules for collecting, processing, and storing personal data.
Switzerland is implementing new legislation to better protect its citizens’ data. Swiss companies will have to comply with this legislation from September 1, 2023.