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By Fernanda Magalhães

Brazilian Consumer Protection Agency fines three companies for abusive advertising directed at children

Brazilian Consumer Protection Agency (DPDC, in the Portuguese acronym), an agency under the Brazilian Department of Justice, published this month its decisions on three cases regarding children advertising. Campaigns from McDonald’s, Editora Globo Condé Nast and Couro Fino Comércio de Artefatos de Couro Ltda. were considered abusive advertising and the companies were heavily fined
 
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February 3, 2020

SENACON opens public consultation on ordinance that aims to regulate advertising to children

On January 16, 2020, the Brazilian National Consumer Agency ("SENACON") submitted to public consultation a draft for a new regulation regarding advertising SENACON opens public consultation on ordinance that aims to regulate advertising to children

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December 6, 2018

Brazil: Data Protection Law Enacted

In the wake of the European Union’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the new Brazilian Data Protection Act (LGPD) was enacted into Brazil: Data Protection Law Enacted

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October 24, 2018

Brazilian Consumer Protection Agency fines three companies for abusive advertising directed at children

Brazilian Consumer Protection Agency (DPDC, in the Portuguese acronym), an agency under the Brazilian Department of Justice, published this month its decisions Brazilian Consumer Protection Agency fines three companies for abusive advertising directed at children

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