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Опыт правового обеспечения безопасности персональных данных (на примере Аргентины и Великобритании)

Информационное право. 2017. № 4. С. 16-27.

Purpose. To provide the reader the basic normative acts in the sphere of ensuring the security of personal data in such States as Great Britain, Argentina. It is not a secret that information about personal, individual or family life of a person possesses are special value. In this regard, states define regulation of these on based on their own positions, which are interest to the researcher. Methodology: there were legal analysis of regulation UK and Argentina both experience in ensuring the security of personal data and approaches to the definition of personal data were explored. The article summarizes the regulatory system of Great Britain and Argentina in the field of personal data security. The legislation of Great Britain and Argentina on the protection of personal data and legislative initiatives aimed at ensuring the security of personal data on the Internet were analyzed. Conclusions. In the UK, the regulatory system for ensuring the security of personal data is similar to the Russian system, but has its own characteristics. In the UK, the authorized body is the ICO which activities are aimed only at ensuring the security of personal data. In Russia, in this area, the authorized executive body is Roskomnadzor which includes 10 different departments, including the Office for the Protection of Rights of Personal Data Entities. In addition, in the United Kingdom, information is understood as the content side of data, which allows you to regulate not only the transmission of data over communication channels, but also the content of data. The UK approach does not contradict the theory of understanding information, through quantitative and qualitative characteristics, where the qualitative characteristic is understood as the content of information, and by quantitative as the number of different messages from the Internet source. In Latin America, the regulatory system that ensures the security of personal data is well developed. Also, a supervisory authority has been set up to monitor the ac