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Roger Franchini

Brazilian lawyer living in São Paulo-Brazil, activist of human rights and freedom of expression.

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Latest posts by Roger Franchini

10 June 2010

Brazil: Police execution and YouTube voyeurism

A video posted on YouTube shows the moment in which two supposed policemen shot down three supposed drug traffickers. The voyeuristic citizen watches the video in an equally criminal manner,...

3 October 2009

Brazil: Honduran crisis triggers international relations debate

The Honduran crisis reached the Brazilian embassy in Tegucigalpa. In addition to newspapers and TV networks, Brazilian bloggers were triggered to discuss on international politics in South America.

23 September 2009

Brazil: Has a free Internet really appeared on the electoral scene?

With the new electoral reform in Brazil, the individual Internet user is now obliged to behave as a media entrepreneur, unable to analyse candidates' positions and losing the right to...

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