Despite Brazil’s democratic accomplishments, laws used to regulate websites date from the 1960s, giving arbitrary power to the state. A proposed ‘Marco Civil da Internet’ has the capacity to change this, writes Marcos Todeschini.
Brazil’s Supreme Court renewed a law that requires journalists to hold a university degree in journalism. A currently discussed Amendment to the Constitution could further restrict the country’s media writes Felipe Correa.
Open access publishing models are having a significant impact on the dissemination on scientific information but their impact on the developing world is uncertain, writes Jorge L Contreras.
1989年のブラジル大統領選についてのドキュメンタリーBeyond Citizen Kaneはテレビ会社Rede Globoが候補者の一人を優位にみせるようモンタージュを操作したと主張しているとFelipe Correaが伝えます。