Protection Of Victims Of Personal Data The Through Digital Media
Keywords:Protection, Law, Victims, Theft, Personal Data
Theft of personal data is a crime that results in many victims experiencing material and psychological losses. However, legal protection for victims has not been clearly regulated in the current law regarding legal protection for victims of personal data theft. This study discusses two important issues, namely how legal protection for victims of personal data theft through digital media and how legal protection policies for victims of personal data theft through digital media. This study uses a normative juridical research method with a statutory and conceptual approach. The nature of this research is descriptive analytical. The collection of legal materials is carried out by literature study and data analysis techniques are carried out qualitatively. Based on the results of this study indicate that the normative legal protection for the criminal act of theft of personal data is not optimal. The policy of protection for victims of personal data theft in terms of the Personal Data Protection Bill (RUU PDP) already contains protection for victims of personal data theft regarding the weaknesses in existing regulations.
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