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In Brazil, the agitation of public anxieties about child pornography has become pivotal for recent legal initiatives to control Internet traffic, which affect Internet users’ privacy and freedom of expression. However, cyber activist protests against those measures and alternative
regulation proposals have not reverberated to feminist and LGBT interests in the Internet. Sonia Corrêa, Horacio Sı´vori and Bruno Zilli argue that evidence of sexual community building on social networking platforms calls for new approaches to the exercise of sexual freedom
online and off-line.