Marilú Lazo

Lawyer from the Pontificia Universidad Católica del Perú (PUCP). Director of The Crypto Legal Blog, she has experience in corporate advice, consumer protection, as well as in matters of personal data protection and new technologies.

China bans, USA strengthens, how is the crypto mining landscape going?

A few months ago, Chinese regulators urged the public to refrain from transacting cryptocurrencies because they considered them ...

Saudi Arabia Passes Personal Data Law, On The Way To Digital Transformation?

Data protection legislation, which seems to be common in Latin America, and which definitely is in ...

Peru manages to position itself in the Gov Tech Maturity Index for its advances in digital transformation

The GovTech Maturity Index launched by the World Bank a few days ago has favorably positioned Peru. East...

Brazil: consumer data protection guide published

The National Data Protection Authority (ANPD) in joint work with the National Consumer Secretariat (SENACON) of ...

Panama: they present a bill that regulates cryptocurrencies

A bit of prior context? The regulation of these decentralized digital currencies is still a rare act in the ...

The new economy of non-fungible tokens or NFTs

First, let's start with the basics, what are they? Basically they are unique digital assets stored in a chain of blocks (blockchain) ...

What does TikTok do with user biometric data?

The well-known social network made an update of the privacy policy applicable to the United States a couple ...

What do we know about China's new data security law?

As we pointed out in previous notes, this privacy legislation belonged to a broad package of rules that the ...

The impact of the GDPR on European startups

The general data protection regulation (GDPR) of the European Union (applicable to companies that process data from ...

Is the use of QR codes safe?

All "technological" improvements are good and important because they help processes to be more efficient, agile and even ...
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