Personal Data Protection Inspectorate In Estonia

The Estonian Data Protection Inspectorate (“DPI”) is an independent authority that was created by the Personal Data Protection Act of June 12, 1996, as amended (the “Personal Data Protection Act,”) and which started functioning in February 1999. The main goal of the DPI is to monitor observance of the requirements of the Personal Data Protection Act and legislation established on the basis thereof.

The following questions have been addressed in this article:

What are the main rights and duties of the DPI?
What further rights does the DPI have?
What precepts can issue the DPI?
What other sanctions can the DPI apply?


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