Director and Policy Strategist. Codingrights.org

Mesa 1. Herramientas tecnológicas: Hacia denuncias anónimas y seguras.

Investigadora y abogada brasileña, fundadora-directora de Coding Rights. Abogada y licenciada en Relaciones Internacionales, Máster en Derecho y Desarrollo, se ha dedicado a la investigación aplicada para discutir los marcos institucionales legales para fomentar la innovación en las TIC, al tiempo que protege los derechos fundamentales y el derecho al desarrollo.
Como tal, ha trabajado como investigadora en políticas nacionales de innovación en Cebrap y en el Observatorio para la Innovación y la Competitividad de la Universidad de Sao Paulo; y sobre políticas de Internet en el Centro de Tecnología y Sociedad de la Fundação Getúlio Vargas, en concreto, como gerente de proyectos con Finep, OSF, Fundación Ford, el Banco Mundial, CGI.br, Global Partners Digital e Hivos.
Actualmente es consultora con Consumers International sobre derechos de privacidad en Brasil y Alemania y con Global Partners Digital en Gobernanza de Internet desde la perspectiva de las economías emergentes.
Algunas de sus principales publicaciones son como coautora de “Tecnologías de la información y la comunicación para el desarrollo” en International Development Ideas, Experience and Prospects, de Oxford Press; “Mapeo de Medios Digitales: Brasil”; “Filtrado de contenido en América Latina” en Nuevas tecnologías y derechos humanos: desafíos para la regulación, de Ashgate; “Finladia: um salto para uma economia baseada no conhecimento” en Inovação: estratégias em sete países, desde ABDI.

Brazilian researcher and advocate, founder-director of Coding Rights. Lawyer and bachelor in International Relations, with master in Law and Development, she has been dedicated to applied research for discussing legal institutional frameworks to foster innovation in the ICTs, while also protecting fundamental rights and the right to development. As such, she has worked as researcher on national innovation policies at Cebrap and the Observatory for Innovation and Competitiveness from the University of Sao Paulo; and on Internet policies at the Center for Technology and Society from Fundação Getúlio Vargas, particularly as manager of projects with Finep, OSF, Ford Foundation, the World Bank, CGI.br, Global Partners Digital and Hivos. And she is currently consultant with Consumers International on privacy rights in Brazil and Germany and with Global Partners Digital on Internet Governance from the perspective of emerging economies. Between her main publications, she was co-author of “Information and Communication Technologies for Development” at International Development Ideas, Experience and Prospects, from Oxford Press; “Mapping Digital Media: Brazil”; “Content Filtering in Latin America” at New Technologies and Human Rights: challenges to regulation, from Ashgate; “Finladia: um salto para uma economia baseada no conhecimento” in Inovação: estratégias em sete países, from ABDI; and many blog posts on internet governance at Observatório Brasileiro de Políticas Digitals, as well as editor of Boletim Antivigilância. With former experience in conceiving innovation session of the 2008 edition of the International Festival of Electronic Language – FILE, willing to translate these issues to the all internet users, she is co-creator of several creative projects operating in the interplay between law, arts and technologies, such as: antivigilancia.org, protestos.org and freenetfilm.org. Engaged in international networks, she has been invited to be part of boards and networks related to arts and technology, such as the Advisory Council of Open Technology Fund, Privacy International network and the all-women hackers collective Deep Lab.