Digital Latam

Digital Latam

In this first edition of Digital Latam in 2021, we share with you an exclusive interview with Sebastián Rovira, the man in charge of driving the Digital Agenda for Latin America and The Caribbean in the United Nation’s Economic Commission for the region (CEPAL/ECLAC). Also, we focus on refreshing your memory about what 2020 has left us in terms of ICT regulation, as well as analyzing what we should expect from policymakers in the biggest markets across Latin America this year. Argentina, Brazil and Mexico will all be updating their regulations on cybersecurity, data protection and regulation of platforms, with regards to both content and competition rules.

The best team of ICT specialists focused on developments in Latin America will tell you everything (or almost everything) you need to know.

In this issue, we focus on:

  • Interview to Sebastián Rovira – eLAC2022
  • Mexico: Between Elections and Reform
  • Argentina accelerates ICT regulation
  • 2021: A Year of (Continuing) Accelerated Change for Brazil
  • Latam 2021 Election Cycle
  • Bite & bites

 

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