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Politico reports Brazil will take up an online privacy protections bill that business groups fear will stymie the free flow of data. The bill, to be considered by Brazil’s Chamber of Deputies this week, would create restrictions on how Internet service providers use Brazilians’ personal data and would require companies to build local data centers in order to do business in Brazil. “Global data flows rely on data centers dispersed all over the world,” wrote a group of 47 industry reps from the U.S., Brazil, Europe and Japan to Brazil’s National Congress. “Thus, in-country data storage requirements would detrimentally impact all economic activity that depends on data flows.” A vote could take place Monday.
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