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Brazil: Proposals to curb internet rights and democratic values

The Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry on Cybercrime (‘CPI’) adopted, on 4 May 2016, its final cyber crime report (‘the Report’), which included a number of bills seeking to amend the Marco Civil da Internet (‘Marco Civil’), and impose a number of measures which would impact internet service providers (‘ISPs’) in particular. Renato Leite Monteiro, Privacy and Data Protection Specialist at Cetip and Bruno Ricardo Bioni, Attorney at the Brazilian Network Information Center, provide insight into the key provisions of the Report, particularly in relation to blockages of internet services, and its wider implications.

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