Category: Articles

Implementing Regulation on the Front-of-Package Labelling Law

By Mariano Peruzzotti, María Luisa Santa María and Antonella Balbo. On March 23, 2022, Decree 151/2022 (the “Decree”), which regulates the implementation of Law 27,642 on the Promotion of Healthy Eating, also known as the Front-of-Package Labelling Law, was published in the Official Gazette. This new legislation provides, among others, the obligation to display nutritional […]

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IT – Resolution 139/2022 – Ministry of Security

By Mariano Peruzzotti and Belen Sorrentino. On March 17, 2022, Resolution 139/2022 of the Ministry of Security was published in the Official Gazette. This new regulation created the High- Tech Cybercrime Investigation Center (in Spanish “Centro de Investigaciones del Ciberdelito de Alta Tecnología)) within the framework of the “Program for Strengthening Cybersecurity and Cybercrime Investigation”. Resolution 139/2022 sets […]

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Privacy – European Commission and the United States Announce Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework

By Mariano Peruzzotti and Andrea Sanchez Vicentini. On March 25, 2022, the European Commission (“EC”) and the United States announced that they have reached an agreement on a new Trans-Atlantic Data Privacy Framework that would allow the international transfer of personal data. The agreement seeks to encourage transatlantic data flows and addresses the concerns raised by the EU […]

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The offer and production of evidence in direct appeals before the Federal Courts

ByMaría Luisa Santa María and Josefina Piñeiro.           In re Westrock Shared Services LLC v. West Pharmaceutical Services INC[1], the Third Division of the Federal Court of Appeals in Civil and Commercial Matters decided on the dismissal in limine of the direct appeal against the resolution issued by the National Directorate of Trademarks of the […]

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Fintech – First seizure of funds deposited in a digital wallet

By Mariano Peruzzotti and Belen Sorrentino. The Federal Social Security Court No. 10 of the City of Buenos Aires authorized the first seizure of the digital wallets of a taxpayer who registered a debt with the Federal Tax Authorities. At the beginning of February 2022, the Federal Tax Authorities (in Spanish, Administración Federal de Ingresos Públicos) included the […]

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Privacy – Media companies condemned for violating privacy rights

By Mariano Peruzzotti and Andrea Sanchez Vicentini. The Court of Appeals in Civil matters of the City of Buenos Aires (“Court of Appeals”) condemned several important radio, television, and digital media companies for infringing an individual’s privacy rights by broadcasting his images obtained in the context of a private meeting. The plaintiff filed a complaint against these companies […]

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Privacy – Big IT company faces security incident

By Mariano Peruzzotti and Mateo Darget. In the last few days, a well-known software developer and technological solutions company suffered a security incident. The event was caused by an unauthorized access to the company’s source code. According to reports, the incident was committed by the LAPSUS$ group, a cyber-hacking organization that has recently carried out similar attacks on […]

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Privacy – Local court grants an Habeas Data remedy referred to police records

By Mariano Peruzzotti and Andrea Sanchez Vicentini. On February 1st, 2022, the Court of Justice of the Province of Salta granted an Habeas Data remedy aimed at removing plaintiff’s police records. The plaintiff filed an Habeas Data remedy against the Police of the Province of Salta in order to obtain the removal of police records concerning in which […]

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