Brazil: Google Transparency Reports doesn't prove press censorship

Blogger Fernando Marés de Souza unraveled [Pt] the biased interpretation of some Brazilian newspapers and magazines about the Google Transparency Reports: Government Requests. He confirms the report is not about press censorship, as the news circulating about the subject want to believe.

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  • […] to keep these rights is only beginning, and the Internet is the main battlefield. Update (March 4): Brazil: Google Transparency Reports doesn't prove press censorship This article was proofread by Marta Cooper. Written by Atilio Baroni Filho · […]

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