Deputy wants to force Brazil to inform the CPF to post on social networks

30/07/2015 11h37 - Updated 30/07/2015 11h37
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The House of Representatives will discuss a bill that seeks to end anonymity on the Brazilian Internet.

Authored by Congressman Silvio Costa, the Social Christian Party in Pernambuco, o PL 1879/2015 You want to change the Civil Marco Internet to include custody requirement of the full name and social security number of internet users who want to publish something on the net.

Any site that allows exposure of ideas would have to store this information to its users. The obligation would be stipulated by a paragraph addition to Marco Civil as it would read: “The internet applications provider provided in the head, whenever allow posting public information by third parties, in the form of comments on blogs, posts in fúruns, status updates on social networks or any other form of entering information on the Internet, should keep, Additionally, data logging of these users that includes, no minimum, your full name and your number of Registration of Individuals (CPF).”

For the deputy Silvio Costa, “this simple requirement will, for right, curb attitudes rather those who, cowardly, They hide behind anonymity to disseminate messages in the criminal network”. “Besides that”, they continue, “individuals who insist in this type of conduct will be more easily identified and properly processed.”

The project is still in the House to analyze the commission of Science and Technology, Communication and Information Technology and Constitution and Justice and Citizenship.

Source: Digital Look


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