Aug 292015
 
 August 29, 2015  Laws, Non-U.S.

Cynthia O’Donoghue and Chantelle Taylor write:

The Brazilian government’s proposal for Brazil’s first data protection framework (‘the Proposal’) hit a stumbling block after major concerns were raised in public comments.

After the public consultation period ended, those reviewing the comments made numerous suggestions for changes, such as tightening the definition of what constitutes personal data, clarifying the consent for processing rules, defining the jurisdictional scope of the laws, adopting a more European approach to international transfers of data, and creating a data protection authority.

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