The program of Internet Law and Communications Technology (DITC for its acronym in Spanish) aims to train professionals of various disciplines in the legal arena and also to provide more relevant and current public policies for companies and professionals who are part of the Internet, Technology and Communications industry.

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The Diploma Program in Internet Governance (DiGI for its acronym in Spanish) , collaboratively with the Argentine Internet Chamber (CABASE for its acronym in Spanish) targets at professionals that deal with topics such as public policies and Internet regulation, Internet markets and digital economy as well as digital security issues, and the Internet and its development.

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Management Report 2016

This report accounts for all activities and events carried out over the current year. Its aim is to consolidate CETyS as a space for knowledge production and professional training in areas connected with innovation and TICs (Information and Communication Technology) and its impact on society.

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Freedom of expression on the Internet standards

This document has been drawn up by Paula Vargas from Brea, Study Centre of Technology and Society (CETYS for its acronym in Spanish).


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Open and plural Internet: Key principles for regulation

The Internet is the most powerful communication tool in history: it facilitates access to information, it enhances the right to freely express opinions, it accelerates socialization process and it boosts innovation, economic growth and job generation.
The Internet is a fundamental means for exercising our human rights and the development of our societies.

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2017 CETyS

Learn about CETyS activities this year.