Brazil would require Internet companies to store data locally




The Brazilian government wants Internet companies to store data in Brazil are collected within the country. A law that is likely to regulate submitted next week. In Brazil’s big fuss about the NSA revelations.

Google Brazilië (dit is geen screenshot, maar een foto van een beeldscherm) It is not yet clear exactly what information Internet companies should store in Brazil, and that’s probably next week more clarity.

Brazilian President, Dilma Rousseff, supports the law, but Parliament must still approve the plans. Rousseff would intend to call to introduce similar legislation other countries at a meeting of the United Nations as reports the Reuters news agency.

The legislation comes after considerable controversy in Brazil over the revelations of whistleblower Edward Snowden, but has been in the making since 2011. In Brazil the consternation after revelations that was relatively large, because of all long-standing distrust of the U.S. intelligence. The revelation that the NSA would have intercepted the communications of the Brazilian president did not set it.

Meanwhile, the European Union clarity of the United States reports that the U.S. would have access to the European Swift payment access. That the U.S. would have provided access to Swift itself is remarkable, because there is a treaty for the exchange of payment information. From the European Parliament now sound sounds to say that treaty.



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