Brazil Looks To Regulate Monetized Content On Internet
Brant said President Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva’s government also intends to make companies responsible for stopping misinformation, hate speech and other crimes on their social media platforms. Platforms would not be held responsible for content individually, but for how diligent they are in protecting the “digital environment,” he said in an interview. Brant did not detail what the regulatory body would look like, but said the government wants to regulate monetized content and prevent the platforms from spreading misinformation.
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