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Andorra: Government approves non-material changes to Personal Data Protection Law regulations

The Andorran data protection authority ('APDA') announced, on 5 October 2022, that the Government of Andorra had published the new Decree 391/2022 of 28 September 2022 Approving the Regulations for the Application of Law 29/2021, of 28 October, of Personal Data Protection ('the Law'). In particular, the APDA noted that the Decree 367/2022 of 14 September 2022 Approving the Regulations for the Application of the Law was replaced by Decree 391/2022 as several formal errors were noted. Moreover, Decree 391/2022 provides that it was approved in order to comply with the constitutional principle of legal certainty and to promote regulatory clarity.

In order to reflect the changes, the APDA highlighted that it is updating all the forms, models, or clauses written citing Decree 367/2022 and updating its website. Alongside the changes, the ADPA noted that it updated its guide on the figure of the Data Protection Delegate ('DPD') to include the new numbering.

You can read the press release here, the Decree 391/2022 here, and guide here, all only available in Catalan.

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