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.

El Salvador: What could be the real incentives behind the bitcoin law?

Photo: Fsociety / NayibBukele2 / CC BY-SA 4.0 The approval of the bitcoin law has been a real surprise for those interested ...

Post Mortem Privacy?

Certainly until a couple of decades ago, this was a problem of those known or "famous" people about ...

Amendments to Hong Kong's data law put internet giants in check

Although such amendments are still a bill, the chances are that such amendments will prosper. What is the OBJETIVE...

The problem with the cross-border flow of personal data

The transfer of personal data from one country to another is an unavoidable fact in the commercial context and ...

Spain: payment of rent for transactions with cryptocurrencies, who else has this practice?

Apparently the intention would have been since 2019 when they urged taxpayers to declare possession of crypto assets ...

The end of anonymity: the case of Israel

Companies that develop and implement facial recognition systems are increasingly gaining more "customers" among the forces ...

Monitoring of social networks

We know that the searches we do on Google and even the conversations we have with different people, either ...

Information from LinkedIn users put up for sale on web pages

Affected users are believed to number around 700 million worldwide. According to Forbes, ...

Baltimore: Aerial Police Surveillance, Constitutional?

A few days ago the Baltimore Court of Appeals stated that aerial policing was an unconstitutional practice ...

Environmental impact, interests and crypto mining

Certainly the environmental impact is one of the least addressed issues when thinking about the problem of cryptocurrencies ...
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