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Brazil's 'Marco Civil' Internet Rights Law Finally Passes, With Key Protections Largely Intact

    Cheers, President Dilma Rousseff. Brazilian citizens have far better Internet rights than most. dogra (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0)

Brazil’s ‘Marco Civil’ Internet Civil Rights Law Finally Passes, With Key Protections Largely Intact (via Techdirt)

We first wrote about Brazil’s ‘Marco Civil’ back in October 2011, when we described it as a kind of “anti-ACTA”. That’s because it was designed to protect online rights, not diminish them, and was the product of a democratic and transparent process,…



 

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