Brazilian Digital Inclusion Public Policy: achievements and challenges

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Responsible for Internet governance in Brazil, CGI.Br is a “multistakeholder organization composed by members of the government, the enterprise sector, the third sector and the academic community”, in which the representatives of the civil society are chosen democratically to participate directly in the deliberations and debate the priorities for the development of the Internet, together with the government representatives (CGI.BR, 2007).

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@article{Mori2007BrazilianDI, title={Brazilian Digital Inclusion Public Policy: achievements and challenges}, author={Cristina Kiomi Mori and Rodrigo Ortiz Assumpç{\~a}o}, journal={J. Community Informatics}, year={2007}, volume={3} }