Centre for Information Policy Leadership
Ensuring effective privacy protection in the modern information age
The Centre for Information Policy Leadership (CIPL) is a global information policy think tank that works with business leaders, regulatory authorities and policymakers to develop global solutions for privacy and the responsible use of data to enable the modern information age.
Founded in 2001 by leading companies and Hunton & Williams LLP, CIPL staff and advisors have significant experience in business and compliance, government, regulatory policy, consumer advocacy and technology.
CIPL leaders are active internationally and have provided testimony and briefings to legislative bodies, regulatory agencies, and international organizations worldwide.
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- The Brazilian Ministry of Justice recently released its revised Draft Privacy Law on the Protection of Personal Data (translation provided by Gustavo Artes), following a several months-long consultation and review period after the earlier draft was released in January 2015. CIPL had submitted public comments (English and Portuguese) on the January draft and, in October 20015, co-hosted an International Privacy Dialogue in Brasilia, together with the Instituto Brasiliense de Direito Publico in Brasilia, to discuss the draft law and other issues relating to effective privacy protection and responsible information management and use in the modern information economy. One of the speakers in this conference, Bruno Bioni, co-wrote an article with his colleague Renato Leite Monteiro on the “Main Innovations of the Newest Version of the Brazilian Draft Law on the Protection of Personal Data.” (November 9, 2015)
- Bruno Ricardo Bioni is a Brazilian attorney. He also is Researcher for The Public Policy for Access to Information Research Group at the University of São Paulo. He is a Master’s degree candidate at the Faculty of Law, University of São Paulo. He also was a Study Visitor at the Personal Data Protection Unit of Council of Europe.
- Renato Leite Monteiro is also an attorney. He has an LL.M. in Intellectual Property and Technology Law from New York University (NYU) and the National University of Singapore (NUS). He is a PhD candidate on Computer Engineering at Universidade de São Paulo. He also is Cyber Law and International Law Professor at Mackenzie University School of Law and International Representative for the School of Law.
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