New Indonesia Personal Data Protection Law—Key Provisions and Impact

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New Indonesia Personal Data Protection Law—Key Provisions and Impact

This webinar will discuss the new Personal Data Protection Law ratified by Indonesia’s Parliament in September 2022.

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  • 1 hour 10 minutes
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This webinar takes place from 3pm to 4:10pm (Singapore time) on Wednesday, 8 February 2023.

Members of the Singapore Academy of Law (SAL) who wish to redeem their SAL credit dollars for this webinar can sign up at Do note that SAL's system is unable to cater to promo codes specifically provided to you by ABLI.


After several years in the making, Indonesia’s Parliament finally ratified the Personal Data Protection Bill as law in September 2022, making it the first comprehensive law in Indonesia dedicated to personal data protection. The law will impact both local and international organisations that process the personal data of Indonesian citizens.

Following warm reception to a forward-looking session held in January 2022 on the then upcoming Indonesian personal data protection law, the Asian Business Law Institute returns this time to examine the actual legislation and its implications.

The webinar is expected to discuss, among others, the following areas:

  • Key provisions of the personal data protection law, such as its consent requirements and cross-border data transfer regime
  • Impact of the law on businesses that have dealings with the personal data of Indonesian clients and of further underlying clients
  • Enforcement and regulatory authorities designated under the law, and their likely attitude towards enforcement of the law
  • Gap analysis between the law and its peers such as EU’s GDPR

When is this webinar scheduled?

This webinar will take place from 3pm to 4:10pm (Singapore time) on Wednesday, 8 February 2023.

Please be mindful of the time difference if you are joining from outside of Singapore.

Who will be speaking at this webinar?

Danny Kobrata (Jakarta, Indonesia)

Partner Corporate & Technology, K&K Advocates

Danny leads the Corporate & Technology Team at K&K Advocates, overseeing the corporate, commercial IP, and TMT practice groups. Over the years, Danny has advised domestic and international clients on various TMT matters, including privacy, cybersecurity, e-commerce, advertising and telecommunication. Danny has also been involved in the formulation of various IT laws in Indonesia.

Among the trailblazers in Indonesian TMT law, Danny has advised clients from different industries, including movie platforms, oil, fin-tech, medical, payments, financial, and telecommunications, application-based transportation, ready-to-assemble furniture, F&B, technology, gaming, and e-commerce. His articles on technology issues (particularly on privacy) have been published in national newspapers. He has also acted as speakers in different law seminars in Indonesia and is currently a lecturer at Prasetya Mulya University.

Danny spoke at the webinar held by the Asian Business Law Institute in January 2022 on the then upcoming personal data protection law in Indonesia.

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