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Daily Dashboard | Int’l Laws Make Discovery Process Challenging, Brazil’s Senate Passes Internet Law Related reading: Polish GDPR implementation draft published for comment


Chris Demarco writes for Inside Counsel that international data protection laws make the already complex process of discovery even more challenging. The difference in approaches to data protection—preventing data processing without consent in the EU and the U.S. requirements for transparency—while aimed at the same goal, mean discovery can be tough to navigate. Demarco offers suggestions for legal departments “to remain compliant and respectful to different privacy standards when it comes to the discovery process.” Meanwhile, Reuters reports that Brazil’s Senate has unanimously approved a bill deemed the “Internet Constitution.” The bill limits the collection and use of the metadata of Internet users in Brazil.
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