Brazil's government launched a data protection guide to promote awareness with the general public, ZDNet reports. Created in cooperation with the national data protection authority, the report details the rights of data users, including the right to opt out, how to protect personal information and what steps to take if they have been involved in a data breach. The report also outlines steps organizations "should act in relation to personal data." Editor's note: The IAPP launched a Brazil topic page in its Resource Center to keep readers informed of the latest developments related to the General Data Protection Law.
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