On January 22nd, as part of the Price Media Law Moot Court Americas Regional Round, CGCS’s Internet Policy Observatory (IPO) sponsored a panel discussion entitled “Internet Governance and Free Expression in Latin America.”
CGCS visiting scholar Dr. Valentín Thury Cornejo overviews the outcome of Argentina’s media reform battle. Dr. Valentín Thury Cornejo is a Researcher at the Argentine National Council for Scientific and Technical Research (CONICET). He also teaches Constitutional Law at Austral University and Argentine Catholic University, both of them at Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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