LGPD (Data Protection Law): 10 points to understand the new data protection law in Brazil
Do you know what LGPD is? It stands for General Data Protection Law, sanctioned by President Michel Temer with the aim of increasing the privacy of personal data and the power of regulators to inspect organizations. The document changes the Marco Civil da Internet and arrives at a favorable time, marked by large leaks of information and scandals that involve precisely the misuse of personal information.
As of now, companies have 18 months to adapt to the law. Failure to comply with these obligations can result, for example, in very high fines that even reach R $ 50 million for an infraction. Although this practice places Brazil in the group of countries considered adequate in protecting citizens’ privacy, the expectation is that the coming months will be difficult and planned within the corporations. Check out ten points to understand more about LGPD, accessing the link below:
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