The Office of the Data Protection Commissioner is a regulatory body responsible for overseeing data protection and privacy matters in each jurisdiction. Its primary role is to enforce data protection laws, ensure compliance with regulations, and protect the rights of individuals regarding their personal data. The office typically provides guidance to organizations on data protection practices, investigates complaints related to data privacy violations, and may impose penalties or sanctions for non-compliance with data protection laws. Additionally, it may engage in public awareness campaigns to educate individuals and organizations about their rights and obligations concerning data privacy.


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