Digital Due Process

Digital Due Process The field of Internet Governance has been explored in several sectors of the humanities and applied social sciences, in the task of understanding and reviewing local and transnational regulatory frameworks and how they meet digital democracy, jurisdiction and access to Justice on a global scale. The Digital Due Process project investigates the…

Neutralidade de rede

Network Neutrality and Internet Service Providers in the US

Changes at sight for the Trump Era? Since Trump’s election, it has been strongly discussed possible changes on net neutrality rules implemented by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in 2015, on Obama’s presidency. These changes can have a deep impact on citizens, internet governance actors, internet service providers, internet companies, etc. Despite of an immediate…

Ghost in the Shell x The Ant and the Grasshopper

Work, Taxation and the Future of Artificial Intelligence Introduction The evolution of Artificial Intelligence and automation technologies has revived old concerns regarding the impacts of technology on the labor market, on income concentration and on public administration. More than ever, the threat of replacement of human workers by intelligent automations is present and real. Differently…

Space for Law

The creation of the Internet was dissociate from state norms. At the time, it was considered a world free of the structures of power of the States or of the rules that the Law imposed. This position is clear in John Perry Barlow’s Declaration of Independence of Cyberspace, which also presents the idea of the…

Freedom of Speech and the Brazilian Internet Bill of Rights: Three Years of Regulation

On April 24, 2017, the Brazilian Internet Bill of Rights  (Marco Civil da Internet – MCI), Law n. 12.965/14, will complete three years since its enactment. In order to celebrate its anniversary,  this text will briefly describe what was the historical process of Marco Civil da Internet (MCI)’s creation. Next, we will focus on how…