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· July, 2008

Stories about Brazil from July, 2008

Brazil: Live blogging the local elections debate

Brazil: Gilberto Gil leaves the Culture Cabinet

Brazil: The 200 top blogs

Brazil: A topless protest in Rio downtown

Brazil: Blogosphere makes it to the cinema

Brazil: Who is behind the ‘Cybercrimes Bill'?

Brazil: Corruption doesn't need captions

Brazil: Controversial nuclear project is given green light

Controversial Angra 3 reactor for Brazil's Nuclear Power Plant was given a pre-licence by the Brazilian Institute of Environment and Renewable Natural Resources (IBAMA) last July 23, not before a...

Brazil: São Paulo 360°

Brazil: Electoral censorship at work

Brazil: Portugal ratifies Portuguese language agreement

Brazil: On authoriterrorism and online surveillance

Over 60 bloggers attended the blog carnival against censorship [pt] this Saturday, most of them posting especially about the new cyber crimes proposal for Brazil. The bill has now proceeded...

Brazil: Comedian Dercy Gonçalves dies at the age 101

Brazil: Cybercrime bill is now translated

Brazil: Tears and Cheers for Middle East Prisoner Swap

Brazilian of Arab descent or bloggers interested in all things Middle Eastern talk about the Israel-Lebanon Prisoner Exchange. Considering that Brazil is the country that arguably holds the largest Arab...

Brazil: Blogging Against Web-Censorship

Brazil: Urgency requested for Cyber-Crime Bill

Brazil: Bloggers question the 13 new cyber-crimes

In the small hours of last Thursday, July 10, the Brazilian Senate passed the 'Digital Crimes Bill', which typifies the cyber-crimes punishable by law and stipulates the corresponding penalties. The...

Brazil: Learn how to cook Brazilian food through a videocast

Europe tightens border control, Brazil returns in kind

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