Is your business Indonesia's EIT Law compliant?
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About Didomi's Consent Management Platform
Didomi's CMP is approved by the IAB Europe's Transparency & Consent Framework and complies with China's PIPL
Didomi's CMP offers:
Support for regulations worldwide such as GDPR, CCPA, LGPD, POPIA and many more
A fully customizable consent banner to enhance the user experience
Possibility to optimize the collection of user consent with advanced analytics features while reducing the impact of regulations on your business performance
Synchronization of data collected across multiple platforms in one single place by connecting to your tech stack
Ability to store the data for future references and proof of consent
What is EIT Law?
To this day, there is no law that specifically regulates personal data protection in Indonesia. Provisions applicable for data protection in Indonesia are found in several regulations such as EIT Law, Reg. 71 and MOCI Reg. 20/2016, regarding the use of electronic data.
The Minister of Communication and Information ('Kominfo') issued, on 1 December 2016, Regulation No. 20 of 2016 on Personal Data Protection in Electronic System ('Kominfo Regulation 20').
It established consent as the core foundation of data privacy protection under Indonesian data privacy laws so that all personal data processing can only be implemented after obtaining explicit consent from the data subject.
The Indonesian House of Representatives ('DPR') also is discussing a draft of the Personal Data Protection Act, 'the PDP Bill'. It would be the very first comprehensive law in Indonesia that tackles the subject of protection of personal data. The PDP Bill is still under examination.