Cyber crime CPI proposals threaten freedom
The final report by the Parliamentary Commission of Inquiry (CPI) on cyber crimes was presented on Wednesday with a series of proposals aimed at improving security in the virtual environment. After just over half a year of operation, deputies drafted eight bills that typify criminal conduct and speed up investigations. However, critics argue that the suggestions “distort” the Marco Civil, reduce privacy on the networks and make room for censorship on the internet.
Source: Globo.com (31/03)
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