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By Philipe Moura and Ricardo Tavares

Brazil's new internet legislation, shaped in large part in reaction to the now well-publicised excesses of the US National Security Agency (NSA), has been warmly welcomed by content and application providers although less so by the country’s telecoms operators.


PhiliPe Moura and ricardo tavares look at how far Brazil’s new internet law goes in terms of data privacy rights

Intermedia Issue:
Vol 42, Issue 2
Issue Date:
July 2014
Ricardo Tavares Ricardo Tavares MD of consulting firm, TechPolis

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