The Council recognizes that as participation in international investment and technology transfer becomes more competitive around the world, it is critical that both industry and government collaborate to ensure that Brazil becomes a global technology leader. To that end, the Council puts forth the following agenda:
- Monitor and influence legislation in the U.S. and Brazilian Congresses and executive branches on data protection and digital economy.
- Foster data protection agencies that are transparent and judicious and promote cooperation, education, and awareness.
- Seek nondiscriminatory protection of IP rights in Brazil, including complying with commitments established in the TRIPS Agreement.
- Call for bilateral cooperation on cybersecurity and artificial intelligence.
- Pass legislation in Brazil that establishes firm penalties for counterfeiting and piracy.