Brazil will propose principles for global governance of the Internet at the global multi-stakeholder NETmundial Conference on April 23 and 24, 2014. These are based on a document created by The Brazilian Internet Steering Committee (CGI.br) for Brazil’s Marco Civil da Internet, which was approved by The Brazilian Congress’s lower house last week and is awaiting approval by The Senate.
Brazil’s proposal for global level governance is supported around the world by many influential authorities on the subject, including Time Berners Lee.
Opinions from 46 countries can be found in the proposal , which will be used as a guide for discussions at NETmundial. The document includes suggestions from the global tech community, the private sector, academics, and civil society members.
The proposal for global level governance is supported around the world by many influential authorities on the subject, including Time Berners Lee.
For More Information on The Netmundial Conference 2014: http://netmundial.br/
For more information on Brazil’s Marco Civil da Internet:http://www.brasil.gov.br/governo/2014/03/novo-marco-civil-coloca-brasil-na-vanguarda-da-legislacao-na-internet
Or check out this article: http://www.zdnet.com/brazil-passes-groundbreaking-internet-governance-bill-7000027740/