Data Privacy Guide – Brazil

Introduction – The Brazilian General Data Protection Law (“LGPD”), enacted in 2018 and enforced since 2020, serves as the cornerstone of the country’s data protection framework. Its primary objective is to ensure the fundamental rights of data subjects and regulate how personal data is processed by processing agents. The LGPD outlines the rights and obligations of data controllers and processors, establishes enforcement mechanisms through sanctions and inspections, and fosters overall…
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