Brazil’s cybercrime bills draw criticism
Lawmakers in Brazil are considering several internet bills aimed at combatting cybercrime, but lawyers say the proposals will increase liability for companies who will be required to monitor user activity more closely, threatening privacy and freedom of expression online.
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