Friday, November 9, 2012

Internet Policy Report Brazil 2011

(original here)

The Internet Observatory is proud to release its Internet Policy Report Brazil 2011. The document gathers analysis on the main legislative, regulatory, technical and public policy proposals which have been debated and/or implemented in Brazil during the year of 2011, including:
  • Cybercrimes
  • Internet Civil Framework (Marco Civil da Internet)
  • Network Neutrality
  • Privacy
  • Copyright
  • Internet Governance
  • Infra-structure
  • International overview
This report was coordinated by Bruno Magrani and had the participation of the following researchers and collaborators:
CTS-FGV
Bruno Magrani, Carlos Affonso Pereira de Souza, Eduardo Magrani, Giovanna Carloni, Koichi Kameda, Marília Maciel, Marília Monteiro, Pedro Augusto Francisco, Ronaldo Lemos and Walter Britto.
CGI.br / NIC.br
Vagner Diniz (W3C Brasil), Caroline Burle (W3C Brasil), Cristine Hoepers (Cert.br), Klaus Steding-Jessen (Cert.br), Alexandre Barbosa (CETIC.br), Antonio Marcos Moreiras (CEPTRO.br), Eduardo Ascenço Reis (PTT|Metro.br) and Fabrício Tamusiunas (SIMET.br).
The Observatory of the Internet is a joint project developed by the Center for Technology and Society at FGV Law School (CTS-FGV) and the Brazilian Internet Steering Committee (CGI.br).

Download the Internet Policy Report Brazil 2011 below: