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World’s Number 1: 43% of Censorship in Google Comes from Brazil

Brazil has a big lead as the country with the most government requests to ...

Accused of Bandits Brazilian Judges Refuse to Be Judged by Other than Their Own Peers

A majority of the members of Brazil’s National Judiciary Council (CNJ) signed a document ...

Brazilian Justice Can’t Reach Goals of Working Faster and Spending Less

In Brazil, at the beginning of last year, the Brazilian Judiciary branch set itself ...

A Glimpse on How the Law Works in Brazil

Brazilian president Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, in his first public appearance since a ...

High-Stakes Corruption Case in Brazil Sets Off a Judiciary Civil War

When Opportunity Bank owner Daniel Dantas, mega investor Naji Nahas and former mayor of ...

No Law Will Make the Brazilian Judiciary Abide by the Laws

Since it was enacted in October 1988, the Brazilian Constitution has developed judicial independence ...

Beatings, Censorship, Harassment: All in a Day’s Work for Brazilian Press

Reporters Without Borders voiced concern today, February 7, about an increase in legal proceedings ...

UN: In Brazil, Justice Is Slow and Impunity High

The Special Rapporteur on the independence of judges and lawyers of the United Nations ...