1. Jurisdiction and Arbitration: Brazil has a Consumer Defense Code (Código de Defesa do Consumidor), which provides strong protection for consumers. Any clause that might be perceived as limiting a consumer’s rights or access to justice could be declared null. You should reconsider mandatory arbitration, especially without providing options to settle any disputes in a Brazilian court.
  2. Age Requirement: In Brazil, for internet services, it is common to use an age limit of 16 years old, in line with the General Data Protection Law (Lei Geral de Proteção de Dados, or LGPD).
  3. LGPD: Speaking of the LGPD, it’s essential to ensure that your privacy policy and data collection, storage, and processing practices comply with this legislation. The LGPD provides Brazilian citizens with numerous rights concerning their personal data, and non-compliance can result in significant penalties.
  4. Language: Ensure that the terms of service and other relevant documents are available in Portuguese, as Brazilian laws might require that any agreement, especially those for the general public, be available in the local language.
  5. Consumer Rights: The Consumer Defense Code has specific provisions about abusive clauses in contracts, especially if the contract was not negotiated between the parties (which is the case for most online terms of service). You should ensure that none of the clauses can be considered abusive under Brazilian law.
  6. Ownership and IP Rights: The rules related to intellectual property might be slightly different in Brazil, especially regarding software. It’s essential to make sure your clauses about IP are in line with the local IP law.
  7. Local Regulatory Bodies: Make references to local bodies that regulate online services and gaming, if applicable. This might inspire more confidence in Brazilian users.

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