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By Claudio Roberto Barbosa

Privacy in Brazil 2020

A Q&A guide to privacy in Brazil. This Q&A guide gives a high-level overview of privacy rules and principles, including what national laws regulate the right to respect for private and family life and freedom of expression; to whom the rules apply and what privacy rights are granted and imposed. It also covers the jurisdictional scope of the privacy law rules and the remedies available to redress infringement.
Access the full Q&A, published by Thomsom Reuters Practical Law, by clicking here.
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June 21, 2022

Provisional Measure Transforms the Brazilian Data Protection Authority into an Independent Entity

Provisional Measure 1,124/22 published this past June 14, 2022, transformed the Brazilian Data Protection Authority into a special nature entity. The Measure is Provisional Measure Transforms the Brazilian Data Protection Authority into an Independent Entity

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Latest WTO decision establishes a waiver to patent owner’s rights related to COVID-19 vaccines in developing countries

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June 2, 2022

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