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The Rise of Europe's Private Internet Police

http://www.foreignpolicy.com/articles/2012/05/16/the_rise_of_europe_s_private_internet_police?page=0,1

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"This type of problem is serious enough, in enough countries, to have
made its way to the U.N. Human Rights Council. Last year, the U.N.
special rapporteur on freedom of expression, Frank La Rue, delivered
an official report to the council that not only condemned the
censorship and surveillance practices of authoritarian countries, but
also warned of dangerous trends in the democratic world that threaten
citizen rights to free expression in the Internet age. One of his
major concerns is "over-broad private censorship, often without
transparency and the due process of the law." He singled out two
examples of how governments are, ironically, using law to delegate
enforcement responsibilities and functions to the private sector:
Britain's Digital Economy Act, which could potentially disconnect
Internet users suspected of illegal downloading, and France's similar
"three strikes" law."

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O relatório abaixo parece interessante

Report of the Special Rapporteur on the
promotion and protection of the right to freedom
of opinion and expression, Frank La Rue*

http://www2.ohchr.org/english/bodies/hrcouncil/docs/17session/A.HRC.17.27_en.pdf

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