DIGITAL PUBLIC LAW IN BRAZIL: INSTRUMENTS AND CHALLENGES IN DEVELOPING COUNTRIES
The rapid emergence of the 4.0 revolution reveals both positive and negative aspects. On the positive side, mention is made of the inclusion of citizens in decision-making processes, greater transparency, real-time connections, provision and purchase of online services. On the other hand, several negative consequences of digital transformation are listed, and they can intensify, which requires attention. The digital transformation is more sensitive in developing countries, given that they already have inequality in the offline world, and yet, they do not emerge as producers in the digital economy. In light of this, the panel’s objective is to examine instruments used for open government, analyze digital inequalities and study the impact of public services on open governments and legal and technical challenges.