Posts Tagged “Uruguay”

Educational organizations agreements with Google: the Uruguayan case

by Digital Rights LAC on August 24, 2015

On May 22nd, 2015, Plan Ceibal (the Uruguayan implementation of the OLPC project, one laptop per student) and Google signed an agreement. That’s how we wrote an open letter warning the Uruguayan citizens and simultaneously setting out several questions to the educational authorities and the national government.

Copyright to debate in Uruguay

by Digital Rights LAC on December 21, 2013

2013 has been a year of deep discussions about copyright in Uruguay, which has ended with a copyright law reform intended to add exceptions and remove criminal sanctions for nonprofit infringements. A review of the recent events allows us to contextualize this process. By, Movimiento Derecho a la Cultura Trojans (…)  Leer Artículo »

Access to culture and copyright in Uruguay: #noal218, a civil society victory

by Digital Rights LAC on September 19, 2013

In the course of a few weeks, the copyright law was no longer an unknown subject in Uruguay and moved to shake the cultural community, occupying a place in the mainstream media. By Jorge Gemetto * In early July, the Uruguayan government had included an article in the Accountability Bill (…)  Leer Artículo »