Brazil: multistakeholder internet governance model in crisis

The Brazilian government is proposing changes in domestic internet governance that would endanger the participation of civil society and the multistakeholder model.

On August 8th, the government published a call for comments that would allow important changes in the national Internet Governance Steering Committee (“”), without even first consulting the committee itself. This has taken the Brazilian internet community by surprise.

Country: Global

Domains: IG

Tags: call for comments, multistakeholder model, Brazil, Internet Governance

Posted on Thursday 10 August 2017

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