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Brazilian politicians have put forward rules that would force messaging services like WhatsApp to decrypt data, as part of a series of proposed criminal justice reforms.
16 January 2019
Lawyers have cited mutual legal assistance treaties and certain GDPR exceptions as some of the routes through which oil trader Trafigura could hand over emails to Brazilian authorities.
16 January 2019
The outgoing Brazilian president’s creation of a data protection authority by a last-minute executive order has raised concerns among observers about its independence.
03 January 2019
Brazilian federal police have launched an investigation into the alleged sale of social security data by civil servants to brokers and private companies.
19 December 2018
Helping companies through a complex legislative framework.
18 December 2018
Brasília’s public prosecutor has won a plea to freeze assets belonging to the owner of a website that illegally sells citizens’ personal data.
13 December 2018
A Minas Gerais consumer defence body has fined Brazilian pharmacy chain Drogaria Araújo 7.9 million reais (€1.8 million) for requiring customers to provide their tax registration number to be eligible for discounts without informing them how the data would be used.
12 December 2018
Brazilian firm Pinheiro Neto has promoted a data privacy litigator to its partnership in São Paulo.
04 December 2018
The Brasília federal district prosecutor’s office has found that data it thought had come from a breach of credit rating agency Boa Vista servers actually came from another source – which it has declined to identify.
09 November 2018
Brazil’s president Michel Temer vetoed the creation of a new data protection authority last month, but observers expect him or his successor to set up a new data regulator through separate legislation. GDR takes a look at the candidates being touted for key positions at the new body.
24 September 2018
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