With increased computer access, the first indigenous internet sites began to appear in 2001. According to Eliete Pereira, from the Atopos Research Center at the Arts and Communications Faculty of the University of São Paulo, indigenous presence on the internet is still rather erratic. In a map she prepared of indigenous internet participation, Eliete found three types of sites: personal sites, sites corresponding to particular ethnicities and sites corresponding to indigenous organizations.
For more on Amazon Indians and the Internet, see Surai Fight Back with Film, Google and What "Primitive" Indians Really Think. For more on the subject in general, see Indiana Jones and the Stereotypes of Doom.