Brazil's Public Prosecutor's Office, the Ministério Público Federal, filed a notice to National Congress regarding its opposition to the government postponing enforcement of the Brazilian General Data Protection Law. The MPF's note points to how the LGPD could be a useful tool to "assist the country in the development of actions and collaboration with foreign actors during the pandemic." Also, MPF said data protection authorities "that should already be in full operation" would be an asset during the pandemic. (Original post is in Portuguese.)
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