Brazil's Public Ministry of the Federal District and Territories filed the first lawsuit for alleged violations of the country's General Data Protection Law. The lawsuit was filed against a computer company based in the city of Belo Horizonte alleging it illegally sold the personal information of 500,000 people. The agency requested the company stop the disclosure of personal data and for the company's website domain to be frozen until a decision is reached by the courts. Editor's note: The IAPP recently analyzed the LGPD and what it means for enforcement.
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