Mar 202014
 
 March 20, 2014  Business, Laws, Non-U.S., Surveillance

John Ribeiro reports:

Brazil’s lawmakers have agreed to withdraw a provision in a proposed Internet law, which would have required foreign Internet companies to host data of Brazilians in the country.

The provision was backed by the government in the wake of reports last year of spying by the U.S. National Security Agency, including on communications by the country’s President Dilma Rousseff.

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