RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - President Jair Bolsonaro on Monday (6) issued a Provisional Measure amending Brazil's Internet Framework statute, in order to fight the "arbitrary and unjustified removal of accounts, profiles and content by providers," the Special Secretariat for Social Communication (SECOM) said.
"President Jair Bolsonaro has just signed a provisional measure amending the Brazilian Civil Rights Framework for the Internet, thereby bolstering network users' rights and guarantees and fighting [the arbitrary and unjustified removal of accounts, profiles, and content by providers]," SECOM tweeted.
Bolsonaro's decision came on the eve of the September 7 protests, which he will . . .