Director and General Coordinator of all programs at the Center for Technology and Society at the Fundação Getulio Vargas (FGV) School of Law in Rio de Janeiro. He is also Derector Creative Commons Brazil and serves as member on the Board of iCommons, the international Creative Commons project. Dr. Lemos is a visiting professor at Princeton University, and professor of law at FGV Law School, lecturing on intellectual property. He earned his LL.B. and LL.D. from the University of São Paulo, and his LL.M. from Harvard Law School. He is author of the book “Direito, Tecnologia e Cultura,” published by FGV Press, 2005. He is also one of the founders Overmundo, and serves as member of the Electronic Commerce Commission appointed by the Brazilian Ministry of Justice.
Researcher in the A2K program and adjunct coordinator for the Center for Technology and Society at Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV) School of Law in Rio de Janeiro. Mr. Pereira de Souza is professor of law at FGV Law School and a lecturer in FGV’s continuing education and specialization departments. He also lectures in the graduate and post-graduate departments at Pontifical Catholic University (PUC-Rio) School of Law in Rio de Janeiro, and at the Law School of the State University of Rio de Janeiro (UERJ). He is a member of the Copyright and Entertainment Law Commission of the Rio de Janeiro Bar Association (OAB-RJ), and earned his Masters in Law from Rio de Janeiro State University (UERJ), where he is currently a LL.D. candidate. He is co-author of the books Comentários: Lei de Imprensa (Forense/2004), and Código Civil Interpretado Conforme a Constituição da República (Renovar/2004).
Law Graduate, specialized in Digital Medias by PUC-Rio. Coordinator of CTS Game Studies, games research and development project at the Centre for Technology and Society at Fundação Getúlio Vargas (FGV) School of Law in Rio de Janeiro. Also, President of the Rio de Janeiro International Game Developers Association (IGDA Rio). As a writer, researcher and developer of games and narratives, his activities range as far as articles in international journals and magazines and lectures on the importance of freedom of speech to the recognition of electronic gaming as cultural and artistic media; organizing and presenting the game development collective Gamerama; and his videolog, LudoBardo, in which he analyses games and narrative. All his fiction and academic work is available at www.vagrantbard.com.
Bruno Magrani is a senior fellow at the Center for Technology and Society at FGV Law School where he coordinates the Brazilian Observatory on Digital Policy (http://observatoriodainternet.br). He has been actively involved in the drafting of bills to regulate data privacy and ISP liability in Brazil and in the past has coordinated the activities of Mozilla Corporation in Brazil. Bruno has law degrees from Harvard Law School and the Universidade Federal do Rio de Janeiro.
Earned his Graduate and Masters degrees from PUC-SP. Coordinates online publications of the FGV Law School in Rio de Janeiro. Wrote the dissertation “Função social da propriedade intelectual: compartilhamento de arquivos e direitos autorais na CF/88”, and participated on the articles “Exceptions and limitations to copyright in Brazil: a call to reform” and “From free software to free culture: the emergence of open business”, published in “Access to knowledge in Brasil”, from the Yale Information Society Project A2K Research Series.
Law student at the FGV Law School in Rio de Janeiro. Currently studying games and their connections to various subjects, like intellectual property and freedom of speech. Intern at the Centre for Technology and Society at the FGV Law School.