digital inequality in brazil: intersectionalities, geodemographies and legal instruments

Revolution 4.0 is already a reality, whose impacts are positive and negative. The present work is concerned with a negative aspect, the digital exclusion. They are two objectives. First, identify the reality of digital inequality in Brazil and propose legal and public policy tools based on the results obtained. The results reveal that, although there was global growth in access to information technologies in Brazil until 2018, the numbers do not reflect the reality of existing inequality. Indexes show that there is a digital elite, as well as first-class and second-class digital access, which implies the quality of use of digital instruments, and that such access has a distinction in the individual aspect (ethnicity, race, age and gender), and collective, in the aspect of region and zones.