Victory for Net Freedom Advocates as Brazil Passes Landmark Internet Legislation
Brazilian President Dilma Rousseff signed the Marco Civil into law, a welcome victory in the battle for free expression and net freedom in South America's largest economy. More
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"2,475 libraries, out of about 15,000 across the country, are currently closed due to damage, funding, or staff being forced to leave their jobs and homes due to the war...21 libraries have lost their entire collections." https://twitter.com/PENamerica/status/1598669619253895169
We heard many horrifying stories as we researched our new report on cultural erasure in #Ukraine. But the one that sticks with me is the Lozova Palace of Culture.