How Facebook and TikTok are helping push Stop the Steal in Brazil
WORLD · TECH · POLITICS · MEDIA
October 29, 20225 min read1083 words
Published: October 29, 2022  |  5 min read1083 words
In the days leading into Brazil’s presidential election in decades, Meta and TikTok have steered millions of Brazilians toward baseless accusations, false claims of election fraud, and extremist content, according to a left-leaning advocacy group that researches disinformation. P...
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This is a very weak, poor investigative look into the role major social media platforms are playing in the growing pushback again Lula's presidential election in Brazil. I was hoping to see some deep investigative work or studies referenced, but in this end this reads like another excuse to land yet another media thrown punch at Meta/Twitter/TikTok, etc.
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