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Tuesday, February 02, 2016

Phase II public debates for Brazilian Internet Bill of Rights Regulation

The Second Phase of public debates for the Regulation of the Internet Bill of Rights has started! | Internet Governance: "As of January 27th, the Bureau of Legislative Affairs of the Brazilian Ministry of Justice started a new phase of public consultations regarding the decree that will regulate the Marco Civil da Internet.

Civil society, private sector representatives and the academic community are invited to comment on the draft (available at the project’s website), containing the results of the contributions made during the first phase of the debate.

The objective is to develop a document that will specify the already-approved legal provisions of the Marco Civil da Internet thus defining how will be implemented the rights and duties of private companies, public power, and citizens in the online environment. " 'via Blog this'

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