|OVERVIEW||Chile was the first Latin American country to enact privacy legislation.|
|GENERAL PRIVACY LAWS||
Law for the Protection of Private Life
Constitution of the Republic of Chile of 1980 recognizes the right to privacy.
|PERSONAL DATA PROTECTION LAWS AND REGULATIONS||No comprehensive privacy and data protection law.|
|TYPE OF DATA PROTECTED||N/A|
|WORKPLACE PRIVACY LAWS||No specific legislation regulating workplace monitoring.|
|TRANSBORDER TRANSFERS||No specific legislation regulating the transborder transfer of personal data.|
|FINES AND SANCTIONS||N/A|
|OTHER PRIVACY LAWS AND REGULATIONS||
Only databases in the country need to be registered.
Chile has numerous sector-specific privacy and data protection laws.