At the WTO Public Forum, Data Privacy Brasil and REBRIP will discuss the intersection between AI regulation and digital trade commitments involving source code and algorithms.
The WTO Public Forum 2023 will take place between September 12th and 15th in Geneva.read the article
Data Privacy Brasil’s contribution to the Thematic Deep Dive of Artificial Intelligence and other Emerging Technologies of the Global Digital Compact
As other civil society organizations already pointed out, notable preference was given to the speech of Member States, UN agencies, and the private sector, at the expense of human rights civil society organizations, which prevented the speech that had been prepared by the DBPR and other civil society stakeholders.read the article
Southern Alliance for the Global Digital Compact
Responding to the call made by the United Nations, the Data Privacy Brazil Research Association, together with organizations from the Global South, presents a contribution to the Global Digital Compact.read the article
Data Privacy Brasil Research Association contributes to UN open call on the relationship between human rights and technical standard-setting processes
We received a call as an opportunity to submit suggestions to inform the OHCHR report on the relationship between human rights and standard-setting processes for new and emerging digital technologies.read the article
Our second workshop of a series about technical forum talks about the International Telecommunications Union
In the second meeting of the Datafication and Democracy Workshop Series, we received Raquel Renno, Digital Programme Officer of Article 19, who spoke about the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) for third sector organizations.read the article
Let’s stay tuned for the Global Digital Compact
What is the Global Digital Compact and why is it important to keep an eye on it?read the article
Why should we all pay attention to the Brazilian Digital ID system?
The implementation of digital identity systems is increasing around the world, especially in Global Southern countries. The model widely adopted is known as Big ID, promoted by or linked to public administration bodies which use centralized biometric databases to identify and authenticate citizens (Access Now, 2021).read the article