Brazil’s Best Counsel – Chapter Opening: Data Protection

Data Protection has been a recurring subject in Brazil for the last decade. While discussions around a bill of general data protection law lingered for years, the Internet Act (2014) introduced data protection rights to Brazilian internet users for the first time, igniting important case law discussions. However, Brazil’s fragmented regulations on the matter revealed a substantial lack of legal certainty and exposed the urgent need for a general data protection regime.
This article, writen by our senior partner Cláudio Barbosa and senior associate Pedro Vilhena, was published by Leaders League Brasil. Click here to access the full article.

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