The interplay between intellectual property and POPIA

This blog was co-authored by: Bongekile Gasa, Candidate Attorney

The purpose of the Protection of Personal Information Act (POPIA) is to safeguard the personal information of individuals and juristic entities alike. The fact that South African data protection legislation regulates and protects the personal information of juristic entities

The intellectual property of insurers and intermediaries is a valuable asset. In some circumstances royalties can be paid for the use of someone else’s brand or other intellectual property. Intellectual property needs to be protected in relation to intermediary, binder, outsource and other arrangements.

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