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20.11.2019
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A busy few weeks for the internet was topped by NETmundial, the global multistakeholder meeting on the future of internet governance in São Paulo. It not only issued its promised non-binding multistakeholder statement – covering principles and a roadmap for internet governance – but also saw the signing of a new internet ‘bill of rights’ law for Brazil by the country’s president, Dilma Rousseff, as well as an address by her to the meeting in which she stressed equality among nations as a guiding principle and “more, not less, democracy” (see also article, page 4).

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Prime Minister Dilma Rousseff signs Brazil’s internet bill of rights at NETmundial

Intermedia Issue:
Vol 42, Issue 2
Issue Date:
July 2014
Marc Beishon Marc Beishon Former Editor, InterMedia

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