Draft Law on Personal Data Protection

The Cabinet submitted the Draft Law on Personal Data Protection (“Draft Law”) to the Parliament of Mongolia (“Parliament”) in March 2021.

The Draft Law aims to improve the current legal environment on personal data protection and is yet to be read at the Parliament. If adopted, the Draft Law would transform the existing legal framework on privacy and data protection, and establish new mandatory standards to collect, process, store, use and protect personal data.

Although the Draft Law is subject to a number of review and revision until its enactment, we summarize the key points and implications of the current version of the Draft Law.

Please click HERE to see our Client note on the Draft Law.