Data Privacy News
Brave, the crypto-private browser that wants to change advertising and privacy on the internet
Is it possible to get paid for surfing the Internet? As unbelievable as it may seem, the answer is yes. Brave is a free, open source browser developed by Brave Software, Inc.
If you want to know more about this open source browser, click here to read an article written by our legal team.
Facebook and WhatsApp are investigated for suspected anti-competitive practices by the National Commission for the Defense of Competition
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Sanction to Rappi by having denied a user the right of suppression
On April 13, 2020, a sanction from the National Directorate for the Protection of Personal Data (DNPDP) was disseminated, by which a fine of 80,000 pesos was applied to Rappi Arg S.A.S. for having committed a serious infringement, by having denied a user the right of suppression provided for in Law 25.326 on the Protection of Personal Data. The complainant, who worked as a delivery person for Rappi in the past, decided to unsubscribe from the application and did not make any more deliveries, but continued to receive emails and messages on his cell phone.
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Food and beverage labeling requirements
EL 28 de abril los miembros de GALA de América Latina members from Latin America discussed recent changes in food and beverage labeling requirements and their impact on the marketing and advertising of this product category. The webinar covered an in-depth conversation on the latest case law and legislative developments in the region. Our partner, Paula Fernández Pfizenmaier, moderated a panel of experts from other countries, such as Uruguay, Chile and Mexico.
For more information on what was discussed at the event, click here.