Brazilian qualified lawyer, Ph.D. in Law. Affiliate at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University. Senior Fellow at the International Cooperation program of Konrad Adenauer Stiftung/KAS (European and International Cooperation team for Global Innovation Policy, Digitalization and Artificial Intelligence) in Germany. President of the National Institute for Data Protection in Brazil. Senior consultant at the University of Lisbon, associated to the Center for Legal Research in Cyberspace.
Professor of Law & Technology and Intellectual Property at FGV Law School, IBMEC and PUC-Rio in Brazil. Visiting Professor at the Faculty of Law of the Catholic University of Portugal. Associate Researcher at LATAM Digital Center in Mexico. Visiting Researcher and Senior Fellow at Humboldt University in Berlin at the Alexander von Humboldt Institute for Internet and Society (2017). Coordinator of the Institute for Internet and Society of Rio de Janeiro (2017-2019). Researcher and Project Leader at FGV in the Center for Technology & Society (2010-2017).
Associated Researcher at the Law Schools Global League and Member of the Global Network of Internet & Society Research Centers. Member of the National Association of Data Privacy Professionals/Data Protection Officers – DPOs. Coordinator of the project Digital Rights: Latin America and the Caribbean, alongside with prestigious Latin American organizations (2012-2017). Founding Partner and Lawyer at Magrani & Pragmácio Law Firm. Project leader and policy expert with expertise on Data Protection, Internet regulation, Digital Rights, Internet of Things, Artificial Intelligence and Intellectual Property fields. One of the pioneers in Brazilian data protection law, having worked on the first draft of the bill that led to the current Brazilian General Data Protection Law (LGPD) in coordination with the Brazilian Ministry of Justice. Co-Developer of Brazil's first comprehensive Internet legislation: Brazil's Internet Bill of Rights (“Marco Civil da Internet”). Author of the Digital Culture Trilogy, “Democracy, Hyperconnectivity and Ethics: a trilogy on digital culture”, concerning philosophy of technology, digital democracy, data protection, innovation, cybersecurity and artificial intelligence.