With Bill No. 675/20, the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies wishes to prevent the credit history of "good payers" from being harmed by problems with default during the pandemic. The suspension would last until June 20.
Even with the likely confirmation of the postponement in the Chamber of Deputies, the installation of the National Data Protection Agency is urgent. It would bring in more efficiency to the management of personal data during the pandemic and more legal certainty to the process of adaptation to the LGPD.
Law No. 13,709/18, or the General Data Protection Law (LGPD), expressly consolidates the principles and rules of a positive framework for data protection in Brazil. Although it will only take effect on August 16, 2020, many of its rules are based on the current legal system. Practically all economic activities will be subject to the application of the LGPD, since the performance of any data processing operation[1] is enough for the standard to find factual support. In this article we specifically analyze the advertising industry,[2] more specifically children's advertising, and the processing of personal data of minors for this purpose.
What can be connected will be connected. This is the most important rule of the internet of things (IoT).
On July 9th, law No. 13,853/2019, which amended Law No. 13,709/18 (the General Data Protection Law - LGPD) was published in the Official Gazette. The main changes are summarized below
After 176 amendments were presented and various public hearings were held, the joint committee formed by senators and deputies to review the Executive Order (MP) 869/2018, which amended Law No. 13,709/2018 (General Law on Data Protection - LGPD), voted on May 7 in favor of approval of the wording proposed in the report by Deputy Orlando Silva, also rapporteur for the special committee that approved the bill that originated the LGPD.
Presidential Decree 881/2019, called the Declaration of Economic Freedom Rights, is organized into five chapters and changes a series of laws, among which the most relevant are the Civil Code and the Brazilian Corporations Law. It has gained repercussion as a bet to catapult entrepreneurship, de-bureaucratize economic activity, and contribute to innovation, freeing startups from some bottlenecks caused by the Public Power.