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…

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Marco Civil, Technology Clusters and the Public Administration

  Time: May 2015- Involved Institutions: IRIS, GNET, FAPEMIG, UFMG Subject: Marco Civil da Internet Description: The project investigates the main legal and institutional issues concerning the application of the recently passed Marco Civil Bill of Rights in the context of technology clusters, high tech enterprises and Public Administration Entities in the State of Minas Gerais, having…

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Digital Democracy and the Electoral Law on the Internet

Period: January 2015 Involved Institutions: IRIS, Grou for Studies and Research on Innovation (GEPI), FGV-SP, School of Applied Math of the Getulio Vargas Foundation – EMAp Subject: Global Internet Governance and Digital Democracy: Relationship between the Electoral Law and Freedom of Expression in Brazil. Description: The Digital Democracy and Electoral Law on the Internet seeks…

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