Consumer rights body criticizes explanations from the credit bureau in relation to the data exposure of over 220 million citizens.
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The privatization of Serpro and Dataprev is set to take place alongside the presidential campaign next year; organizations raise concerns in relation to a potential sale to the private sector.
The amendment to the Constitution is meant to improve the environment for tech and communications investments in the country.
The country will release its first set of guidelines for digital conduct to be expected from candidates in the presidential elections of 2018.
The court decision follows a civil lawsuit initiated by a number of civil rights organizations.
The intention is to pave the way for a more developed self-service model and more use of open data
The requests are part of measures around compliance with the upcoming personal data protection regulations.
New changes reinstate the original schedule with rules set to go live in August this year.
Despite concerns over potential misuse and lack of trust, research has found consumers are not questioning corporate practices around personal data handling.
The theme is not a priority at companies despite the imminent enforcement of regulations, says EY