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Brazil passes an internet bill of rights enshrining net neutrality and privacy

24
Apr
2014

While the world has been deciding who governs the internet, Brazil has been busy establishing internet rules of its own — and they may just set an example for everyone else. The country has passed a bill of rights that goes some length towards protecting net neutrality and privacy. To start, the law promises equal access to the internet; carriers cant charge more for bandwidth-heavy services like streaming video.

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