ELECTRONIC OPERATOR'S LEGAL RESPONSIBILITY FOR PERSONAL DATA LEAKAGE
The development of the industrial revolution has brought the development of digital technology in a country, Indonesia is no exception. The current intensity of information is very often reported about the leakage of personal data collected by e-commerce providers. Reports of data leakage cases since May 2020 Up to now. Protection of personal data is also in line with the purpose of the founding of the Republic of Indonesia. This is stated in the 1945 Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia. However, despite the importance of data protection, until now there has never been an electronic operator, both nationally and internationally, who has been asked to take legal responsibility for the leakage of personal data that afflicts Indonesian citizens. The purpose of this study is to see a normative juridical description of the legal responsibilities of electronic providers for personal data leakage. This type of research is a normative juridical research with a qualitative approach. The results of the study are that there is still no law that protects personal data from data leakage so that many certain people can provide data so that data leaks occur.
Personal Data, Legal, Data Leakage, Electronic Provider, Liability.