By Maria Carolina Marcello
BRASILIA (Reuters) – The Senate approved this Wednesday a Proposal to Amend the Constitution (PEC), which includes the protection of personal data among the fundamental rights and guarantees of citizens in the Magna Carta.
The PEC text also provides that the Union will have private competence to legislate on the subject.
Thus, it is the Union’s competence to organize and supervise the protection and processing of personal data, including in digital media.
Approved in two rounds by the senators, the PEC follows the enactment.
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