Brasilia, Oct 10 (RHC) The Brazilian government will organize a world conference on Internet Security next year to fight espionage activities on the network, according to official sources.
Brazil’s Communications minister Paulo Bernardo Silva announced that the issue was addressed by President Dilma Rousseff and the head of the Corporation in charge of assigning Internet Protocols, Fadi Chehade.
President Rousseff was the victim of US espionage, and she is aware that Internet security is an issue of multilateral interest, said Silva who noted that economic or political interests are not supposed to interfere with the free circulation of ideas.
The forum could be held in Rio de Janeiro in April, the minister said.
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