RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Venezuela denounced this Sunday Facebook's "digital totalitarianism" after the social network announced that it blocked, for a month, the ability of President Nicolás Maduro to publish new content for having "violated its policy against disinformation about covid-19".
"It is evident, and so we denounce it, that we are witnessing a digital totalitarianism, exercised by supranational companies that want to impose their law on the countries of the world," the Venezuelan government said in a statement released today.
"We deplore the unilateral actions of the Facebook company to the detriment of the freedom of . . .