Bruna Santos

Bruna Santos

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Biography

Bruna Santos (Brazil) is the Coordinator at the Research Lab on Public Policies and Internet (LAPIN) where she focuses on studying multistakeholder processes and broader Internet governance related issues. She holds a Bachelor of Laws and is currently pursuing a Masters in Internet Regulation at the University of Brasilia. Over the past couple of years, Bruna has worked on initiatives such as the Brazilian Civil Rights Framework for the Internet, the Arena NetMundial (a civil society unconference during NetMundial) and the Draft Brazilian Data Protection Bill. She is a member of the ISOC Youth Observatory, alumni of the Brazilian School of Internet Governance (EGI.br), a CGI.br Fellow to the 9th LACIGF and a Past ICANN Fellow.

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25th Anniversary 1 May 2017

Summoning All Youth! Let the World Know What You Think About the Internet!

I’m Bruna Santos, a Brazillian tech policy nerd! For the past three years I have worked as a legal...

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