Brazilians have taken to Twitter to slam an 'anti-terrorism' bill they say would be a violation of human rights if passed. The proposed law, known as PLC 101/2015, already passed in Brazil's House of Representatives and is an agenda item up for discussion in the country's Senate this week. 

Two senators have introduced provisions that critics say could penalise those involved in protests or social movements. 

Activists online discussed the potential implications of the bill using #EuNãoSouTerrorista or "I am not a terrorist":