Bolsonaro appoints data authority directors, but lawyers voice concerns
Brazil’s government has finally appointed decision-makers at its Data Protection Authority (DPA) – but observers say the military-laden board, which has little experience with data privacy, might not properly enforce Brazil's new data privacy legislation (LGPD).
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