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Brazilian lawmakers water down the LGPD

Proteção de Dados e Cybersecurity
Global Data Review

​Brazilian legislators have amended the country's new data protection law in ways which observers suggest could affect Brazil's chances of being granted an EU adequacy decision. 
The bill, passed by Brazil's Congress on 7 July, formally created the independent data protection authority ordered by former president Michel Temer in the dying days of his premiership, but also changed some parts of the law. Click here to learn more. 

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