Volume 7, Edition 2, February 2011

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In Brazil, is it legal for companies to provide to public databases information about an individual's history in terms of their timeliness of payments and performance of obligations?

A. No, it violates Brazilian privacy law to provide such information.

B. Yes, but only about timeliness of payments, not about other performance of obligations.

C. Yes to both, but certain conditions must be met first.

D. Yes to both, period, no conditions.


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