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Brazil’s Lower House Passes “Internet Bill of Rights”
By Ken Winterbottom – Edited by Husam El-Qoulaq

Last week, the lower house of Brazil’s Congress passed the landmark Marco Civil da Internet, which is being called an “Internet Bill of Rights.” The bill enshrines net neutrality and rights to privacy and freedom of expression online, and also shields Internet service providers from liability for content uploaded by third parties. The final version of the bill dropped a provision designed to limit data collection in response to extensive lobbying by Google and Facebook.

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NSA Approved Australian Spying on US Lawyers
By Travis West – Edited by Husam El-Qoulaq

A document leaked by Edward Snowden shows that the Australian Signals Directorate (“ASD”) spied on communications between the Indonesian government and a US law firm that the foreign government had retained for assistance in trade negotiations. According to the document, the NSA “provided clear guidance” to the ASD about continued reporting on the communications, and the ASD’s coverage provided “highly useful intelligence for interested US customers.”

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Posted On Mar - 3 - 2014 Comments Off READ FULL POST
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