Three Brazilian Organizations join the Alliance for Encryption in Latin America and the Caribbean: InternetLab, LAPIN and DataPrivacyB

There are already 30 organizations gathered in the AC LAC, committed to the mission of collective construction of capacity and knowledge, and to advance in a proactive agenda to promote and defend encryption in the region, which strengthens it and generates an ecosystem of trust, security, and stability on the Internet.

Wednesday, April 6, 2022.. The Alliance for Encryption in Latin America and the Caribbean – AC LAC, continues to add organizations that support, contribute and accompany its mission of preservation and widespread use of encryption in Latin America and the Caribbean for the protection of rights human and fundamental issues such as privacy and security. In this case, it is InternetLab, LAPIN. and DataPrivacyBR, all three located in Brazil. 

InternetLab It is an independent interdisciplinary research center that promotes academic debate and knowledge production in the areas of law and technology, especially in the field of the Internet.

LAPIN, The Internet and Public Policy Laboratory is an independent research and action center focused on the social, ethical and legal challenges that digital technologies pose for a connected global society.

DataPrivacyBR, Based on an Ethical Financing Policy, the association develops strategic research projects in the protection of people, mobilizing knowledge that can help regulators, judges and law and privacy professionals to address complex questions that require in-depth knowledge about the operation of two systems , we technical partners who affect our fundamental rights.

There are already 30 organizations that make up this Alliance, which is still open to any entity that joins in its mission to collectively build capabilities and knowledge, and establish a proactive regional agenda for the promotion and defense of cryptography.

AC-LAC welcomes the newest members.

If you also want to be a part, contact us here.



We talked about the role of encryption in protecting the reproductive rights of people with a uterus in the Workshop held by AC-LAC

The Alliance for Encryption in Latin America and the Caribbean, ACLAC, together with Cultivando Género; Electronic Frontier Foundation, EFF; Instituto de Pesquisa em Direito e Tecnologia do Recife, IP.rec and the movement Mujeres Vivas y Libres, held a Workshop, led by experts from the region and assisted by a multistakeholder audience, where it was addressed encryption as a promoter and protector of reproductive rights and privacy and personal data protection.


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