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Going for Olympic Gold Data Practices in Latin America

June 28, 2016

Latin America is in the summer spotlight with the hosting of the International Olympic Games in Brazil and the 100th anniversary of the Copa América futbol tournament, making this a timely moment to take stock of where data privacy regimes stand in Latin America. Powered by new education initiatives and increased investment in telecom network infrastructure, Internet usage in Latin America is burgeoning. Public-private partnerships, evolving finance laws, and an explosion in mobile broadband adoption has led to an environment in which, since 2008, Internet usage has more than doubled. Observers estimate that sixty percent of Latin Americans will have … Continue reading Going for Olympic Gold Data Practices in Latin America

Understanding your privacy risk exposure in Latin America – Summit Preview

May 25, 2016

Technology is booming in Latin America, and privacy laws and regulations are becoming more complex as well, since more technology generally means more data processing. Latin America is a region formed by 20 different and independent countries, so getting acquainted with 20 different laws can seem quite an ordeal. Juan Luis Hernandez Conde, Founding Partner at Novus Concilium will address this topic at the upcoming TRUSTe Privacy Risk Summit on June 8th in San Francisco. In this blog post he provides an introduction to the 5 basic principles of LATAM privacy laws.   No “one stop shop” There is no document such … Continue reading Understanding your privacy risk exposure in Latin America – Summit Preview

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