Ensuring data in Jamaica is protected

An article in The Gleaner of March 22 stated that the Electoral Commission of Jamaica (ECJ) earned $1, 290,850 from financial institutions and credit bureaus for information sold to them over the past three years. To date, no one has denied the claim, which causes concern. The Government crafted and presented the Data Protection Act to the people.

Source: https://federalnewsnetwork.com/world-news/2022/11/cubas-informal-market-finds-new-space-on-growing-internet/

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