Ley que establece el Recurso de Amparo No. , November 30, at Art  Act that established an Ombudsman for the Dominican. Ley (Dom. Rep.). Ley Orgánica de Amparo sobre Derechos y. Garantías Ley Orgánica 15/, de 25 de noviembre. (Spain). ; MÉXICO: Ley de Amparo, Reglamentaria de Los Artículos y de la que Establece el Recurso de Amparo, ; URUGUAY: Ley No.
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The Constitution establishes a minimum protection of the right to privacy.
Legislation Dominican Republic (Lexadin)
This provision also includes the right of inviolability of the home and secrecy of communications and private documents, as well as freedom of the press, freedom of expression and freedom of association. Article 10 provides that: Habeas data has not been expressly included in the Constitution or other applicable law in Dominican Republic.
Dominican Republic does not have comprehensive data protection legislation. However, privacy is protected in various laws, decrees, and in resolutions issued by different state organizations.
The Ombudsman has the faculty to intervene, lry the collectivity interests, in matters related to human rights, environment, women, children and adolescent affairs and in topics related to consumer protection. The Dominican Republic Monetary and Financial System Act stipulates that credit risk information systems must supply truthful, accurate and exact data on debtors. The Act establishes a year term for retention, and contains a purpose limitation for the data.
The Dominican Republic AIDS Act regulates pey procedure that the health specialists should carry out when they determine an HIV positive result in an individual; furthermore it determines the compulsory confidentiality of the information related to AIDS bearers. The Credit Information Societies and the Protection of the Data Subject Act regulates the processing of financial solvency data lwy out by commercial data brokers.
EPIC — Privacy and Human Rights Report
The Act establishes the principles of data protection, consent, data subject rights and the procedure to perform those rights, as well penalties for infringement. This resolution establishes the principles of data protection, the consent of the data subject for the processing of personal data, security measures, data subjects right to access, correction and cancellation of their own personal data and the penalizing regime for infringements.
The General Telecommunications Act protects the secrecy and inviolability of communications. Article of the Criminal Code criminalizes the intentional violation of personal private life through the capturing, recording or lry, without the authorization of the person involved, of words or images that have been performed in a private way and place.
Article of the Criminal Procedure Code allows the seizure of mail dispatched or received by a defendant of a criminal act upon judicial order. In the same way, Article allows the interception of communications, messages, data, images and sounds by any means of a defendant of a criminal act if the provisions and guarantees established by law are observed.
This institute issues penalties to any individual that participates in a direct or indirect way in the modification, interception, intervention, reception, entrusting, permission, spying, tapping, without judicial order, of any of the telecommunications means that are intended for the general public, violating the secrecy and privacy of the people. The Dominica Republic also recognizes the competence of the American Court of Human Rights for the interpretation and judgment of human rights cases, subject to international reciprocity.
The results of this meeting were reflected in “Santa Cruz de La Sierra Declaration,” which recognizes data protection as a fundamental right.