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Brazil: Internet Bill of Rights Vote Postponed Again

The progressive Bill of Rights for Internet users in Brazil, the Marco Civil da Internet, which was expected to be voted in Congress today, September 19, 2012, ended up being cancelled for the third time since June. The vote was postponed until after the elections in October, inform Twitter users under the hashtags #MarcoCivil and #MarcoCivilJa (Bill of Rights now).

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  • […] Brazil: Internet Bill of Rights vote postponed again Voting on the “Marco Civil”, Brazil’s proposed internet bill of rights, has been delayed for the third time since June, Global Voices reports. The vote, which was scheduled to take place this week, will now happen after October’s municipal elections. […]

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