Tech Roundup: Government fails to set an example on data protection

The Brazilian government has been lackadaisical in adopting data protection protocols in government agencies

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Guess who’s back! In this week’s tech roundup we show that, even though Brazil’s General Personal Data Protection Law (LGPD) came into force in 2020, its application by government bodies leaves a lot to be desired. 

A lackadaisical approach to data protection

A new report by Brazil’s Federal Accounts Court shows that, two years after the General Data Protection Law (LGPD) came into effect, government agencies have a long way to go to fully comply with the new norms.

Findings. The court audited 382 federal public bodies and highlighted a “disturbing scenario” regarding data privacy. Almost 77 percent...

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