[A2k] Invitation: "Digital Rights: Latin América & The Caribbean" newsletter

Francisco Vera francisco at derechosdigitales.org
Tue Jun 18 06:41:08 PDT 2013

Hi Everybody,

Within a group of organizations from South America (ONG Derechos Digitales
from Chile, ADC from Argentina, Fundación Karisma from Colombia and
FGV-CTS from
Brazil) we've created the "Digital Rights: Latin América & The Caribbean"
newsletter to share information and discuss about the key debates surrounding
Internet that are starting to spawn in the region.

On a monthly basis, we will put at your disposal regional news, analysis on
key subjects, recommended research material and data about conferences and
events. We will make our best to include every single voice into this

In Latin America and The Caribbean these issues are starting to find their
way into the public agenda. We do not know how the Internet will be in the
future, but we do know how we want it to be. We believe the way the digital
world is shaped will define the nature of our democracies.

Our newsletter will be distributed also in Spanish, English and Portuguese.
You can access its first edition (#0), published last week. Also there is
the website where you can find all the content in all languages freely
available with a CC license.

The newsletter is in three different languages and you can freely
subscribe: Spanish<http://digilatam.us7.list-manage1.com/subscribe?u=8a81193b2802c8d10cdc029bf&id=ca48d7e79d>
, English<http://digilatam.us7.list-manage.com/subscribe?u=8a81193b2802c8d10cdc029bf&id=4768b5f0c4>
 and Portuguese<http://digilatam.us7.list-manage1.com/subscribe?u=8a81193b2802c8d10cdc029bf&id=30b34c8eab>

You can read the first issue, recently published:
, English <http://us7.campaign-archive1.com/?u=8a81193b2802c8d10cdc029bf&id=314353744f&e=977de0bc3b>
and Portuguese<http://us7.campaign-archive2.com/?u=8a81193b2802c8d10cdc029bf&id=aaf8b54fa6&e=977de0bc3b>

Finally, you also are welcomed to visit our web
site<http://www.digitalrightslac.net/> where
the articles are hosted.

Francisco Vera

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