[governance] First CyberBRICS Resources

LB at lucabelli.net LB at lucabelli.net
Thu Mar 14 15:22:36 EDT 2019

 Dear all, (apologies for cross-posting)
 It is a great pleasure to announce that we have finally launched the CyberBRICS website with the first set of resources, including:
+ the first issue of our bimonthly CyberBRICS Observatory bulletin [in English and in Portuguese] 
+ a brief analysis of the Russian Bill on Digital Sovereignty [in English and in Russian] 
+ a brief analysis of the emerging Brazilian data Protection Framework [in English and in Portuguese] 
+ and the video recording of our session dedicated to CyberBRICS: challenges and opportunities for data protection in the BRICS, organised at the Computer Privacy and Data Protection Conference (CPDP 2019) 

 We are planning to publish brief analyses on digital policy issues in the BRICS on a weekly basis and to share them via our newsletter every two weeks. If you are interested in becoming a CyberBRICS Associated Scholar and publish brief analyses to provide a succinct overview of your publications/works on digital policies in the BRICS, please feel free to write me a private message or to follow the instructions at the end of the ABOUT US page of the Website. 
 Feel free to share this email through your networks and, should you be interested, feel free to check the CyberBRICS twitter account that we will use to share updates on a variety of CyberBRICS-related topics.
 All the best
Luca Belli, PhD 
Professor of Internet Governance and Regulation, FGV Rio de Janeiro Law School 
Chercheur Associé, Centre de Droit Public Comparé, Université Paris 2



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