On April 3, the Brazilian Senate approved a Bill of Law with several emergency measures to deal with the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil. The bill includes a specific rule that postpones the entry into force of the Brazilian General Data Protection Law, the LGPD, until 2021. The bill now moves to the nation's House of Representatives and the president for final approval. IAPP Brazilian Country Leader Dirceu Santa Rosa examines what the delay of the LGPD would mean for Brazil in this piece for Privacy Tracker.
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