A Global Roadmap To Personal Data Protection: Asia Pacific, Europe & USA - New Zealand

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The protection of personal information is seen as important in New Zealand with robust privacy laws which are generally observed and enforced. New Zealand privacy laws were traditionally seen as “adequate” under the European Union’s 1995 Data Protection Directive, however with the advent of the GDPR, New Zealand now lags behind the EU. Consequently, New Zealand’s privacy laws are under review with changes designed to ensure that New Zealand is aligned with the EU and other major trading partners likely to come into force next year.

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