Key provisions around net neutrality, right to privacy and freedom of expression online are part of the country's first "Internet Constitution"
Angelica Mari tracks the business IT agenda in the southern hemisphere's biggest economy.
Angelica Mari is ZDNet's Brazil Contributing Editor.
Sir Tim Berners-Lee: “If Marco Civil is passed, this would be the best possible birthday gift for Brazilian and global Web users."
Price of computing devices and services is the main barrier
Computer law institute also demands technical changes in the social networking site
Experts respondem suas dúvidas sobre a criação de estratégias de Big Data e analytics no Brasil, desafios e oportunidades
Government backs down on demands of local datacenters in a bid to get support from the opposition but net neutrality remains a sticking point
Dilma Rousseff brings in economist Clélio Campolina to set priorities for the sector: "Brazil is in a hurry"
Company continues aggressive plan to take on WhatsApp
Union representing tech companies wants to stop protests and contract termination freezes
As Google reacts to minister's tax evasion remarks, the discussion about online tax laws moves up the agenda