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The Internet in Brazil: E-Progress and E-Censorship in Latin America's Poster Child

This article focuses on the internet in Brazil, like the rise of e-businesses, e-crimes and issues regarding e-censorship. It is meant to continue and expand upon an article previously published by the author that discusses the internet in Latin America- it can be accessed by clicking here.
This analysis was prepared by Alex Sanchez, Senior Research Fellow at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs.

To read the full analysis, click here.

Alex Sanchez' recent publications also include:
Placing CELAC in the proper Latin American Context
Journal of Foreign Relations

2012, the year of land-related protests in Latin America?
Latin American Thought
Higher Education in Latin America 2011: The Burden of the Youth
The high cost of public education combined with a deterioration in quality, two such consequencess of reforms that privatize the education sector, incited opposition in various Latin American states during 2011, particularly in Chile and Colombia.

This analysis was prepared by Faizaan Sami, Research Associate at the Council on Hemispheric Affairs.

To read the full analysis, click here Thursday January 12, 2012 | Research Memorandum 12.2

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