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Lorena Pretti Serraglio

OECD creates Policy Observatory related to Artificial Intelligence

The Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has launched a Policy Observatory related to Artificial Intelligence, in order to assist countries to develop, operationalize and monitor responsible development of artificial intelligence...

Face recognition by app captures 42 fugitives at Salvador Carnival

After the first successful experience of using face recognition at Carnival 2019, resulting in the capture of a fugitive criminal, the Secretariat of Public Security of Bahia (SSP-BA) repeated the use of this technology to identify fugitives from justice at Carnival 2020,...

Coronavirus and the massive processing of personal data around the world

First reported to the World Health Organization - WHO due to pneumonia of unknown cause detected in the city of Wuhan, China, on December 31, 2019, the new coronavirus SARS-CoV-2 is a virus that causes mild to moderate respiratory infections in humans and animals, called...

Azevedo Sette in Digest of Commercial Laws of the World, edited by Thomson Reuters

The Brazil chapter "The Commercial Laws of Brazil" has as lead-author our partner Ricardo Barretto Ferreira, and contribution as co-authors: Luiz Eduardo Salles, partner at Azevedo Sette Advogados; Lionel Zaclis, senior consultant and consultants Juliana Sene Ikeda, Maristela...

The Legal 500 | Comparative Legal Guide Brazil: Data Protection & Cyber Security

Our TMT group is author of the chapter "Brazil: Data Protection & Cyber Security", in the international book "The Legal 500 & The In-House Lawyer | Comparative Legal...

Presidential decree discusses governance in data sharing by Public Authorities

Decree n. 10,046/2019, which establishes rules and guidelines for data sharing between direct, local and foundational public administration bodies and entities and the other Public Powers, was recently signed into law by the President of the Republic. This Decree acts in a...

CJEU decides that the Right to Be Forgotten must apply only to EU member countries

The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has issued a position recognizing the territorial limitation of the Right to Be Forgotten. The opinion was based on the lawsuit filed by CNIL (French Data Protection Regulatory Agency) against Google in 2015, in which the...

Facebook could be legally compelled to remove illegal content worldwide, according to a ruling by the CJEU

Contrary to Googles (aforementioned) guidance on limiting the territorial scope of the Right to Be Forgotten application, the Court of Justice of the European Union has recognized that European courts may order that Facebook and other storage providers suppress information or...
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