Digital Rights in Latin America and the Caribbean

21/01/2018

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This book is a window into the current state of Latin American Society regarding technology and digital rights. The present work consists in a comprehensive selection of articles that were published in the newsletter Digital Rights: Latin America & the Caribbean, a project organized in Brazil by the expert in Digital Rights, Professor and Researcher Eduardo Magrani, alongside prestigious Latin American organizations.

The book deals with seven main issues: privacy and data protection; freedom of expression; regulation; governance of the Internet; Copyright; activism; surveillance and cybersecurity. With more than 50 articles by Latin American researchers, this work sets out to answer some of the most important questions for the future of the Internet today.

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