CIPL/CEDIS-IDP Joint Project on Effective Implementation & Regulation under New Brazilian Data Protection Law (LGPD)
The “Effective Implementation and Regulation Under the New Brazilian Data Protection Law (LGPD)” project is a 14 months-long exclusive project jointly organised by CIPL and the Centro de Estudos de Direito, Internet e Sociedade of Instituto Brasiliense de Direito Público (CEDIS-IDP). Project participants include local and global privacy experts from leading companies, law firms, public sector, civil society and academia. We are organizing a series of workshops, webinars, special meetings, and publication of white papers.
The main goal of this project is to foster smart thinking and debates around data protection in Brazil – see the project goals outlined below for more details. If you would like to take part in this project, please email Giovanna Carloni (GCarloni@HuntonAK.com).
In August 2018, Brazil approved its first comprehensive data protection law – the LGPD, which will be applicable from August 2020. In December 2018, the former President of Brazil issued Provisional Measure No. 869/2018, which makes some amendments to the LGPD and importantly creates Brazil’s national data protection authority (ANDP). This leaves many organisations with approximately a 9 to 15 month window to assess the impact of the LGPD. It also leaves the Brazilian government with a short time-frame to establish an effective ANPD.
Papers and Public Consultation Responses
CIPL papers developed as part of the Brazil project
Other relevant CIPL papers
Responses to public consultations and open letters
More events coming soon – note that, due to the latest developments with the COVID-19 virus, we will be focusing on organising webinars and assessing on an ongoing basis whether face-to-face events can be organised.
Blog posts and opinions
Brazilian President Provisionally Delays LGPD Applicability
30 April 2020