Responsibility of Notary on Personal Data Protection on Its Cloud Computing-Based Electronic Office System

Ayu Galuh Anggraini, Edmon Makarim

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Notary Profession exists and evolves due to the society’s need for its services to make an authentic deed of circumstances, events, and legal actions. To create such an authoritative act, the Notary collects the personal data of his client, deposits, and processes the personal data to be included in the deed. Along with the development of technology, there is an electronic office system for Notary based on the cloud computing that can help and assist notary assignment, especially regarding client data management, archives, and finance. The existence of this cloud-based electronic office system gives new responsibilities to the Notary-related to the client’s data stored in the cloud. The issues raised in this chapter are the provision of national law governing the protection of personal data in Indonesia and the responsibility of Notary to the protection of client’s data stored in Notary’s electronic office system, especially those based on the cloud computing system. The research method in this thesis is normative juridical with explanatory research type and qualitative data analysis method. Until now, Indonesia does not yet have a regulation that specifically regulates the protection of personal data. A Notary shall, however, be responsible for the personal data of its clients from collecting, storing, and processing of such personal data in its electronic office systems per applicable laws and regulations and follow the principles of protection of personal data, which is applicable internationally.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationChallenges of Law and Governance in Indonesia in the Disruptive Era II
PublisherNova Science Publishers, Inc.
Number of pages13
ISBN (Electronic)9781536193541
ISBN (Print)9781536191301
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2021


  • Big data
  • Cloud computing
  • Cyber notary
  • Personal data
  • Privacy


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