Data Localization: Coming to you soon in Indonesia
08 November 2017
As globalization and growth in the digital economy continues, a trend has emerged worldwide of some national governments seeking to assert control and stop the flow of data across borders. These laws intended to keep personal data in-country and subject to local regulation. Indonesia is now one of the countries where data will be required to be stored locally by 1 December 2018.
An article on this topic was recently published in the November issue of Asian Legal Business magazine.
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