Brazil has recently approved its General Data Protection Law, giving the country a new legal framework for the use of personal data. The law will potentially enhance innovation in a number of areas by offering comprehensive rules for adequate data use when it goes into effect in early 2020. Listen to this web conference to learn more about the Brazilian rules, including the organizations it covers, whether there are exceptions for certain processing purposes, and if compliance requirements are still in effect outside of the country’s border. Speakers for the web conference include Baptista Luz Advogados Partner and Head of Data Protection Renato Leite Monteiro, CIPP/E, CIPM, and iFood Corporate Counsel Camila Nagano, CIPP/E.
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