Headed by Marco Schneider, Arthur Bezerra and Cordel Green

The Latin American & Caribbean Chapter of ICIE is founded in the ongoing cooperation between ICIE and IBICT, the Instituto Brasileiro de Informação em Ciência e Tecnologia.


Marco Schneider directs the research group Perfil-i (Perspectivas Filosóficas em Informação) out of IBICT in partnership with Rafael Capurro.


Schneider and his fellow IBICT researchers have directed a

number of projects out of the collaboration between IBICT

and ICIE, resulting in several publications including Dilemas

ético-epistemológicos da era da informação written by 

Schneider and Gustavo Saldana.


One of IBICT's contributions to the advocacy of Information

Ethics in Latin America is the translation of important

documents into Spanish and Portuguese. A key document

available from IBICT is the translated and published book

chapter, Citizenship in the Digital Age, in Ulepicc, written by

Rafael Capurro for ICIE. 


IBICT researchers Marco Schneider, Gustavo Pimenta and Lena Vania Ribeiro Pinheiro participated at length in the success of the book Information Cultures in the Digital Age: A Festschrift in Honour of Rafael Capurro, contributing a total of three chapters to the book.


Rafael Capurro, Marco Schneider and Arthur Bezerra recently published Regimes of truth and power: from modern times to the digital age, in Liinc em Revista.


Marco and fellow IBICT researcher Ricardo Pimento lead as guest editors for the International Review of Information Ethics (IRIE's) latest edition, Information Ethics from a Marxian Perspective, which included their own the dossiê, Walter Benjamin's concept of history and the plague of post-truth.

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Marco is a tenured researcher at the Brazilian Institute of Information on Science and Technology (Ibict ) and Professor at the Post Graduate Program in Information Science at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro. He teaches Social Communications at the Fluminense Federal University and at the Post Graduate Program in Media and Everyday Life at the Institute for Art and Social Communication. Marco received a PhD in Communication Sciences from the University of São Paulo (2008) and his Postdoc in Cultural Studies at the Advanced Program for Contemporary Culture (2012). He is the author of The Dialectic of Taste: information, music and politics (2015). Marco represents the information ethics community of South America for the International Center for Information Ethics.

Chapter Lead

Marco Schneider


Arthur Bezerra is a researcher of the Brazilian Institute of Information in Science and Technology (IBICT), permanent professor of the Post-Graduate Program in Information Science (PPGCI/IBICT-UFRJ) and visiting researcher at the Université Toulouse - Jean Jaurès (Latin American Chair). He is the coordinator of the research group Critical Studies in Information, Technology and Social Organization (Escritos) and a member of the research group Philosophical Perspectives in Information (Perfil-i), the Digital Humanities Network Laboratory (LaRHuD) and the Latin American Network of Surveillance, Technology and Society Studies (LAVITS). He has a PhD in sociology from the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), with postdoctoral fellowship from UFRJ. Author of the book "Cultura Ilegal: as fronteiras morais da pirataria" (Illegal culture: the moral borders of piracy).

Vice Representative (Latin America)

Arthur Bezerra


Mr. Cordel Green is an Attorney-at-Law, a former Assistant Attorney-General of Jamaica and a former broadcaster. He is the Executive Director of the Broadcasting Commission, which regulates radio, television and cable in Jamaica.


His other affiliations include being Vice-Chair of the International Bureau for UNESCO’s Information For All Programme (IFAP); Chairman of the IFAP Working Group on Information Accessibility; Member of the International Institute of Communications (IIC); Member of the Expert Network for AI4SDGs Cooperation Network; Member of the Law Committee for the IEEE Global Initiative for Ethical Consideration in Artificial Intelligence and Autonomous Systems; Member of the IEEE Working Group on Trustworthiness in News; Member of the IEEE Working Group on Recommended Practice for Organizational Governance of AI; and Advisory Board member of the Society for Scientific Advancement (SOSA).


He holds Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) and Bachelor of Laws (Hons.) degrees from the University of the West Indies; a Master of Laws Degree with distinction, from the University of Sheffield in England; and a Master of Business Administration degree from the Mona School of Business. He is also an alumnus of the Harvard Kennedy School Executive Education Programme and a Chevening Scholar.

Vice Representative (Caribbean)

Cordel Green

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