Rafael Zanatta is a Brazilian activist and lawyer. He is one of the leading voices in the movement of digital rights in Brazil and helped in the enactment of the Brazilian General Data Protection Law. In 2016, together with other activists, he co-founded the Coalition “Direitos na Rede”, a network of think tanks, NGOs and research centers. Zanatta is a Ph.D. Candidate at the University of São Paulo, where he founded the Center of Ethics, Technology and Digital Economies with Prof. Ricardo Abramovay. He translated Trebor Scholz’ book “Platform Cooperativism” into Portuguese and organized the book “Sharing Economies and the Law.” He holds an LL.M in Law and Political Economy at the University of Turin and a Master of Science at the University of São Paulo Faculty of Law. He is a member of the Latin American Network of Surveillance, Technology and Society Studies (Lavits).
Activist and Lawyer, Latin American Network of Surveillance, Technology, and Society Studies
Sao Paolo, Brazil