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Guest Editors’ Notes: Privacy Law in Chile: Recent Developments

Guest Editors’ Notes: Privacy Law in Chile: Recent Developments GUEST EDITORS’ NOTE Privacy Law in Chile: Recent Developments I am truly honoured to contribute as Guest Editor to this collection, processing and use of consumers’ personal data, issue of the Global Privacy Law Review (GPLR). My could be considered unfair and therefore they were null gratitude to Wolters Kluwer and especially to the and void. Editor-in-Chief of the GPLR, Ceyhun Necati Pehlivan, In that case, the Court stated that most of the privacy for his kind invitation to participate in this publication. policy included in the terms and conditions of an online As this special issue of the GPLR shows, privacy is a purchase of a music festival ticket, was unfair, since it was growing concern in Latin America. In Chile, among other contrary to good faith to obtain the consent of the data reasons, because of the rapid expansion of the digital subject through a standard term of a transaction, if that economy and the possibilities of big data analysis, it is transaction has a completely different object or purpose becoming one of the main topics of attention in the public (in the case, the purchasing of a ticket for a festival). The sector as well as http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Global Privacy Law Review Kluwer Law International

Guest Editors’ Notes: Privacy Law in Chile: Recent Developments

Global Privacy Law Review , Volume 2 (2): 2 – Jun 1, 2021

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GUEST EDITORS’ NOTE Privacy Law in Chile: Recent Developments I am truly honoured to contribute as Guest Editor to this collection, processing and use of consumers’ personal data, issue of the Global Privacy Law Review (GPLR). My could be considered unfair and therefore they were null gratitude to Wolters Kluwer and especially to the and void. Editor-in-Chief of the GPLR, Ceyhun Necati Pehlivan, In that case, the Court stated that most of the privacy for his kind invitation to participate in this publication. policy included in the terms and conditions of an online As this special issue of the GPLR shows, privacy is a purchase of a music festival ticket, was unfair, since it was growing concern in Latin America. In Chile, among other contrary to good faith to obtain the consent of the data reasons, because of the rapid expansion of the digital subject through a standard term of a transaction, if that economy and the possibilities of big data analysis, it is transaction has a completely different object or purpose becoming one of the main topics of attention in the public (in the case, the purchasing of a ticket for a festival). The sector as well as

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Global Privacy Law ReviewKluwer Law International

Published: Jun 1, 2021

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