A Civil Rights Based Internet: From Brazil to the World
In a bold move, Brazil has given to the world a example - it passed into law the civil framework for the internet called Marco Civil. What are the lessons learned? Can we extract core values and languages from the Marco Civil that should be present in every legislation coming up in the next decade? Is Marco Civil a model to be followed? What is the importance of this mark to the region? What are the "ifs"? Join Brazilian and Latin Americans in this discussion.
Organizers: Carolina Rossini (Public Knowledge), Laura Tresca (Article 19) and Paz Peña (Derechos Digitales)