The Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados (LGPD) is a comprehensive Brazilian data protection law that provides greater data rights for individuals and increases compliance responsibilities for organizations. At its core, the LGPD grants Brazil residents greater control over their personal data and gives national regulators new powers to impose significant fines on organizations that breach this law. It creates rights and protections similar to those created for European residents by the GDPR. 

LinkedIn takes a global approach to ensure all members benefit from increased control and clarity, which is in line with our commitment to putting our members first and working every day to maintain the trust they put in us.  

You have rights under the LGPD, including the right to take the following actions: 

  • Access your personal data 

  • Correct errors in your personal data 

  • Erase your personal data 

  • Object to the processing of your personal data 

  • Export your personal data 

More information on how to exercise these rights is here.

How to contact LinkedIn’s Data Protection Officer 

In compliance with the LGPD, LinkedIn has appointed a DPO. To learn more about our DPO and how to contact them, please see our Privacy Policy or contact the DPO directly here: