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Daily Dashboard | Brazilian Senate approves DPA board of director nominees Related reading: Breton: Europe seeks to be 'most data-empowered continent in the world'

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Brazil's Senate approved President Jair Bolsonaro's five nominations to the Autoridade Nacional de Proteção de Dados's board of directors. Waldemar Gonçalves Ortunho Junior will serve a six-year term as the DPA's president. Arthur Pereira Sabbat, Miriam Wimmer, CIPP/E, Nairane Farias Rabelo Leitão and Joacil Basilio Rael round out the remaining four board of directors positions. The other four board members will serve terms ranging from two to five years. Editor's note: IAPP Westin Research Fellow Sarah Rippy wrote about the estimated 50,000 data protection officers needed in Brazil to comply with the General Data Protection Law in this piece for The Privacy Advisor.
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