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Published 1 February 2016
The Office of the President has ordered that a number of changes (the Amendments) are to be made to Taiwan's Personal Data Protection Law (PDPL).
The Amendments will make the following changes to the PDPL:
It is expected that the Amendments will come in to force at some point during the first half of 2016, but the exact date has yet to be confirmed.
In preparation for the Amendments coming in to force, organisations operating in Taiwan should ensure that mechanisms are put in place to ensure data subject consent is provided prior to the collection or processing of 'special' or sensitive personal data.
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