On December 9, 2020, The Supreme Court in Taiwan ruled that “the intent to obtain unlawful gains for oneself or a third party” outlined in Article 41 of the Personal Data Protection Act should be limited to financial gains. At the same time, the so-called “intention of impairing another person’s interest” is not limited to the financial interests.
This ruling is based on a dispute regarding the scope of “interests” defined in Article 41 of the Personal Data Protection Act. The Supreme Court has released its decision based on the following reasons:
Having an understanding of the Personal Data Protection Act in Taiwan is becoming increasingly more important. The scope of personal data protection is vast and wide. Today, we advise our clients on this matter even when dealing with mergers and acquisitions. Therefore, finding a law firm specialized in Personal Data Protection is important. In fact, our founder helped revise this Act. If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to reach out to us.
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