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Article 58-A

The National Council for the Protection of Personal Data and Privacy will be composed of 23 (twenty-three) representatives, holders and alternates, from the following bodies:

  • I - 5 (five) of the federal Executive Branch;
  • II - 1 (one) of the Federal Senate;
  • III - 1 (one) of the Chamber of Deputies;
  • IV - 1 (one) of the National Council of Justice;
  • V - 1 (one) of the National Council of the Public Prosecution Service;
  • VI - 1 (one) of the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee;
  • VII - 3 (three) of civil society entities related to the protection of personal data;
  • VIII - 3 (three) of scientific, technological and innovation institutions;
  • IX - 3 (three) of trade union confederations representing the economic categories of the productive sector;
  • X - 2 (two) of entities representing the business sector related to the area of ​​personal data processing; and
  • XI - 2 (two) of entities representing the labor sector.
  • 1. Representatives shall be appointed by act of the President of the Republic, with delegation permitted.
  • 2. The representatives referred to in items I, II, III, IV, V and VI of the main section of this article and their alternates shall be appointed by the holders of the respective organs and entities of the public administration.
  • 3. The representatives referred to in items VII, VIII, IX, X and XI of the caput of this article and their alternates:
    • I - will be indicated in the form of regulation;
    • II - may not be members of the Internet Steering Committee in Brazil;
  • 4. Participation in the National Council for the Protection of Personal Data and Privacy shall be deemed to be relevant, unpaid public service provision.