Tag Archives: Latin America

Regulating the Internet without damaging free speech: a set of recommendations

By Eduardo Bertoni*

The Center for Studies on Freedom of Expression and Access to Information (CELE) held the workshop “Freedom of Expression and the Internet: Regulatory Aspects in Latin America” at the University of Palermo Law School (Argentina) on September … Read more


Internet Regulation?: a brief review of practices in Latin America

Notes on preliminary findings of a study of legal provisions and practices related to freedom of expression, and media pluralism on the Internet, being prepared by the Center for Studies on Freedom of Expression and Access to Information.
These preliminary findings … Read more


Mexico – Mapping Digital Media Report

Mexico is one of the 15 largest economies worldwide, yet only 15 percent of households own a digital device and less than a third have a computer. Most rely on TV and radio. Although terrestrial television has remained the favorite … Read more


Latin America: 2010 Reports Highlights Limitations to Freedom of Expression in Broadcasting Regulation

AMARC’s Media Law Program has released its 2010 report for Latin America and Caribbean (in Spanish), summarising each year the degree of compliance by states and governments on standards of freedom of expression, with special attention to issues of plurality and diversity.

Although … Read more


Internet and Freedom of Expression: a Latin American view

Guest post by Eduardo Bertoni

New technologies, particularly the Internet, are essential to the exercise of freedom of expression today. Internet users are growing in Latin America. Even though North America still has the higher number of users, countries in South … Read more