Domain name dispute resolution

Aécio Filipe Coelho Fraga de Oliveira The Third Industrial Revolution, initiated during the second half of the 20th century, contributed to the beginning of an era characterized by the development of new technologies. The Internet, in this sense, was one of the greatest inventions of that period, which changed forever how we communicate and interact, as…

Free basics, net neutrality and challenges of accessibility in Brazil

Lucas Costa dos Anjos and Marcos Henrique Costa Leroy Initially launched under the name of Internet.org, Free Basics intends to broaden access to the Internet throughout the world, especially in developing countries, like Brazil. According to the research Tecnologias de Informação e Comunicação em Domicílios 2014 (Information and Communication Technologies in Households – 2014), 92% of…

Tallinn Manual and the use of force

Francisco Rogério Moreira Campos and Bruno de Pinheiro Tavares What’s the Tallinn Manual? The Tallinn Manual, developed by researchers and experts on cyber conflicts applied to international law, is a non binding academic document, which interprets international norms in order to find common ground in complex legal cases involving cyber wars and cyber operations, while focusing…

Surveillance on the Internet

Bruna Batista and Luís Israel On the 19th of this month, four years have passed since the Ecuadorian embassy in London granted political asylum to Julian Assange, Australian cyberactivist and editor-in-chief of Wikileaks. The hunt for Assange began in 2010 with the leak of confidential documents from the US government through the wiki. Julian contributed…