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Internet in Brazil

Brazil is discussing a a draft cyberlaw bill to regulate several

issues regarding the Internet (not the criminal ones).



The draft is available for public consultation at: http://culturadigital.br/marcocivil/



And its english version can be found at:… Continue

Added by CRAVO, VANESSA on April 22, 2010 at 5:43pm — No Comments

Day two: Main Session – Security, Openness and Privacy

Human rights perspective.



The main session of the second day of IGF09 regarding Security, Openness and Privacy was excellent!!! The panelists have made great speeches and I would like to highlight a sentence said by Mr. Frank la Rue, from UNESCO, which is the “…human rights perspective”. This should be the focus of all polices considering the Internet. He also pointed out that equity in the ICTs distribution/access, diversity and pluralism are some of the principles that should be… Continue

Added by CRAVO, VANESSA on November 16, 2009 at 4:57pm — No Comments

IGF09 Openning Session

IGF2009 Opening Session Hot topics : ICANN fast track process, multilinguism, local content, accessibility, security and IGF continuation.

Added by CRAVO, VANESSA on November 16, 2009 at 3:30pm — No Comments

IGF09 Best Practice Forum: 87 2CENTRE

The panelists called attention to the resources, training and expertise availability problem, that motivated the creation of 2CENTRE - http://www.2centre.eu/, which stands for Cybercrime Center of Excellent for Training, Research & Education.



The main focus of the workshop is the necessity of experts and proper training regarding cybercrime prosecution. According to Joe Carthy, the existent training regarding cybercrime is NOT sustainable,… Continue

Added by CRAVO, VANESSA on November 16, 2009 at 2:17pm — No Comments

IGF 2009 Workshop 200 - Remote Participation

Workshop 200: Remote Participation. In the IGF spirit of evaluation, the workshop mentioned the concern in order to increase the remote participation, so IGF will become more inclusive, legitimate, sustainable and accessible.



Olga Cavalli, from South School of IG, pointed out the importance of being aware of the IG process, illustrating that in South American few people are involved. Therefore, the dissemination of IG issues is one of the participants’ responsibilities.The question… Continue

Added by CRAVO, VANESSA on November 16, 2009 at 10:30am — No Comments

IGF 2009 - First day - Workshop 93 - Child Online Safety

Workshop 93: Global Path for Ensuring Online Child Protection and Safety. Effective Strategies and Specific Actions. There were a lot of issues regarding the safety of children and youth online that had been mention during the session, including prevention, blacklists effectiveness, filtering and the responsibility of ISPs, digital citizenship, cybercrimes and availability of specific content for children.



It’s important to highlight one topic that has been discussed for a while and… Continue

Added by CRAVO, VANESSA on November 16, 2009 at 9:38am — No Comments

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