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Brazil: Digital Crimes Bill approved by the Senate

The Brazilian Senate approved this week its ‘Digital Crimes Bill’. Marcelo Träsel [pt] believes that the final version was slightly better than the original proposal: “For example, there won't be penalty increase by two thirds for libel, defamation and injury on the Internet. Some other terms were better defined, such as the article that would give scope to consider a copyright transgressor any person who assess a webpage”

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