In the day-to-day rush of work, it can be tough to find time during the week for interesting reading that invigorates our thinking about privacy.  If you’re like us and enjoy lining up a little bit of provocative reading for the weekend, you might think about taking a look here:

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By Philippe Bradley and Dan Cooper

On April 23rd, 2014 Brazil’s president signed into law a wide-ranging civil rights bill for Internet users and service providers (the “Marco Civil da Internet”, or “Marco Civil”).  The law had been in the works since 2009; it was made a priority by the Brazilian government in the wake of Edward Snowden’s revelations about NSA espionage activities targeting Brazilian communications data.  This short article discusses the main provisions of the new law.

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