Pellon de Lima was built up to meet the contemporary technology innovation and development challenges, pursuing synergy between the practice of law applied to the most current needs of its clients.
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MEF’s Future of Messaging Programme recently published a new whitepaper to raise awareness of the data protection risk for businesses when using SIM Farms.
It looks at the data protection obligations and liabilities for all stakeholders in the messaging value chain and demonstrates how possible data protection legislation breaches which are liable to hefty fines can mean ‘cheap’ messages can quickly become very expensive.
MEF’s Future of Messaging Programme was founded in 2015 to align best practices and sustain business messaging as a trusted channel for businesses to communicate with their customers. As new business communications channels evolve, SMS remains key thanks to its ubiquity.
However, use of unauthorised routes such as SIM Farms undermines trust in business messaging and programme members have developed a new whitepaper to raise awareness of the data protection risk for businesses when using SIM Farms.
Rafael Pellon, MEF LatAm advisor and partner at Pellon de Lima Advogados shares insights from a recent webinar where Artificial Intelligence experts discussed the changing regulatory landscape around AI and what governments and regulators need to do to keep ahead, or even to keep up, with the technology. During such extraordinary times in the midst of a pandemic, consumers have accelerated their digital lives, eagerly adopting digital tools as never before, allowing us to survive
Rafael Pellon, MEF LatAm advisor and partner at Pellon de Lima Advogados shares insights into the role of artificial intelligence in the evolution of mobile technology, based on discussions held in Barcelona earlier this year for the unMWC event, where the debate explored the legal and moral implications of new developments in AI. The discussions held in the emptied Barcelona were similar to what’s being discussed all over the world right now. We all know AI needs to be tackled and controlled somehow,
Rafael Pellon, MEF LatAm advisor and Technology, Media & IP Law specialist Nathalia Santos share an update on the latest developments in Brazilian data privacy regulation, and the recently approved Brazilian Data Protection Law. After much discussions and negotiations on Congress, the Brazilian Data Protection Law (“LGPD”) was finally approved last July 9th, 2019.
Rafael Pellon, MEF LatAm advisor and partner at Focaccia, Amaral, Salvia, Pellon & Lamonica Advogados, here explores the latest iteration of the MEF Value Added Services (VAS) Code of Practice for Brazil, now in its recently launched third edition, and examines why it is more important than ever for the health of the market.
Since 2010, the Brazilian VAS Industry has been strongly relying on MEF’s Code of Practice to tackle industry’s biggest issues and keep fraudsters out of it.
Rafael Pellon, MEF LatAm Board Member and partner at Focaccia, Amaral, Salvia, Pellon & Lamonica, here explores the ongoing issues surrounding the repeated blocking of hugely popular Whatsapp across Brazil, and the knock on effects this has had across the region and the mobile app ecosystem.
Almost a month since the 2nd wholesale blockage of WhatsApp in Brazil, Brazilians are starting to appreciate that WhatsApp has become nothing but essential.
Rafael Pellon, MEF LatAm advisor and partner at Focaccia, Amaral e Salvia Advogados, here explores the latest developments in the arena of digital privacy in Brazil, taking an in-depth look at the sweeping legal and regulatory changes coming into force as 180 million internet users become increasingly aware of the value of their personal data and those who might seek to exploit it.