[discuss] [governance] Brazil's Marco Civil approved by Chamber of Deputies!!

Marilia Maciel mariliamaciel at gmail.com
Wed Mar 26 00:22:28 UTC 2014

Great victory of every individual and organization that participated in
this process since the public consultation! And we share this victory with
all our friends around the world who supported this fight, who wrote texts,
analysis and who gave us space to talk about Marco Civil and keep it on the
agenda all though the years. THANK YOU!

This was a huge a very important chapter of the battle. Now comes the
Senate! :)


On Tue, Mar 25, 2014 at 9:15 PM, Carlos A. Afonso <ca at cafonso.ca> wrote:

> [sorry for eventual duplicates, you will understand why]
> Dear people, very good news from Brazil: after a nearly four-year battle,
> "Marco Civil da Internet" (Internet's Civil Rights Framework) was approved
> by the Brazilian Chamber of Deputies.
> Our dear ex-minister of Culture and staunch militant for the cause,
> Gilberto Gil, just posted on twitter:
> "Vencemos! O #MarcoCivil foi aprovado!! Por uma rede
> neutralizada,liberdade de expressão e proteção à privacidade!"
> "We won! #MarcoCivil has been approved!! For net neutrality, freedom of
> expression and protection of privacy!"
> I am happy!
> fraternal regards
> --c.a.
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*Marília Maciel*
Pesquisadora Gestora
Centro de Tecnologia e Sociedade - FGV Direito Rio

Researcher and Coordinator
Center for Technology & Society - FGV Law School

DiploFoundation associate
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