COVID-19 and the increase of domestic violence against women in Latin America: A digital rights perspective (2020)
What Do We Talk When We Talk About AI: Algorithmic Decision-Making in Latin America (2020)
A a brief look at the implementation of algorithmic decision-making systems in Latin America and its impact on human rights, as part of our 2019 Latin America in a Glimpse series.
Joint Submission CG 37 – Participants in the American Regional Consultation
Human rights situation and the use of technology during social protests in Chile 2019
UN Human Rights Business and Human Rights in Technology Project (B-Tech) Consultation (2019)
UN High-level Panel on Digital Cooperation Consultation (2019)
Latin America in a Glimpse: Algorithms and Inequalities (2018)
A preview of the 2018 edition of Latin America in a Glimpse, about the impact of algorithmic decisions in Latin American democracy.
What is Access? Why are Women Less Connected? (2018)
Digital Gender Gap in Mexico
Report Card. Women’s rights online (2018)
Measuring Progress, Driving Action. Gender audit prepared in partnership with the Web Foundation.
Data Retention and Registration of Mobile Phones: Chile in the Latin American Context (2017)
A compared perspective about data retention and registration of mobile phones laws fromf Mexico, Brazil, Colombia, Peru, Argentina and Chile.
Technologies for Privacy and Freedom of Expression: Rules on Anonymity and Encription (2017)
Chile in the Latin American context
The Protection of Personal data in Chile (2017)
This report portraits the current state of protection of personal data in Chile, from multiple perspectives: normative, institutional and political.
National Cibersecurity Policy
Participatory drafting of the National Cibersecurity Policy. Towards a new regularoty framework for Chile
Latin America in a Glimpse (2017)
Gender, feminism and the internet in Latin America
Latin America in a Glimpse (2016)
A summary of the most relevant events with respect to human rights and tecnology in Latin America in 2016.
Hacking Team in Latin America: The business of spying on people
Did your government purchased spying technology? Which state agencies acquired Hacking Team’s products? What was the cost? Is your government keeping activsts and political dissidents under surveillance?
Latin America in a Glimpse (2015)A summary of the most relevant events with respect to human rights and the internet in Latin America in 2015
Perceptions of privacy among agents in the Chilean criminal justice system (2015)
This investigation examines varying perceptions of the concept of privacy and the practical implications of these perceptions among the main actors in the Chilean criminal justice system.
Freedom of expression, encryption, and anonymity (2015)
Collaborative research on the use of encryption and anonymity in digital communications. The main goal of this initiative was to collect cases to highlight regional peculiarities from Latin America and other few countries from the Global South.
Privacy within the System of Criminal Prosecution in Chile (2014)
In the following pages we will develop a study on the problems of privacy the fight against crime in Chile poses. To do that three main aspects must be analyzed: the legal framework, the strategic plan of the Public Ministry and the level of legal privacy protection in the country.
Privacy in the Chilean legal system (2014)
The present report constitutes the result of an examination of the legal regulations currently valid in Chile and linked to a set of interests related, namely: private life, intimacy, and the inviolability of private communications and the protection of personal data.
Latin America in a glimpse: human rights and the Internet (2014)
A summary of some aspects in the discussion in Latin America regarding human rights and the internet. This initiative has been especially made to increase the understanding of the region in the international community gathered at the IGF 2014.
Chile and the TPP negotiations: analysis of economic and political impact (2013)
Analysis of the costs and benefits it has for the Chilean participation in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement prepared by Mr. Carlos Furche as an independent consultant .