The Central Bureau of Statistics and all its personnel in charge of compiling data, producing statistics and disseminate data has to comply to strict rules and regulations set up to guarantee the privacy of those interviewed. The Statistics Ordinance that was published in 2007 (AB 1991, GT 44) stipulates clearly that all those who misuse the information collected by violating the right of privacy of those interviewed are punishable by law. In case the right of privacy is violated by publishing statistical data from which individual information can easily be distinguished, those involved can be sentenced to prison for a maximum duration of three months or a fine of up to a maximum of 600 Aruba florins. In addition, those who deliberately violate the right of privacy of individuals interviewed, can be sentenced to prison for a maximum duration of six months or a fine of up to a maximum of 2000 Aruban florins. However, it is important to take into account that those responsible can only be prosecuted if those affected deliver an official complaint to the authorities. The Central Bureau of Statistics has always complied strictly with the right of privacy of those involved in their collection of data and has always done its best to guarantee the privacy of the information collected. During all the years the Central Bureau of Statistics has been gathering data, many investigations have been conducted and data has been collected from different sources and individual information has never been revealed or published.