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In Brazil, Investigative Journalism May Mean Death Sentence for the Reporter

Brazil is booming.  Latin America’s largest and most populous nation recently surpassed the United ...

Brazilian Ruling Party, the PT, Wants to Control the Press and “Democratize Media”

Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, the former president of Brazil and the undisputed leader ...

The Whole World Is Mad, But Brazil Has Lost Its Capacity for Indignation

During the military regime, some Brazilians abroad dared to denounce the torture occurring in ...

Lula Mad at Brazil Press He Charges with Wishing His Failure

Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, the president of Brazil, once again attacked the Brazilian ...

After Years of Censorship Brazil’s Supreme Allows Political Satire on Radio and TV

The Brazilian Supreme Court decided to suspend the rule banning radio and television comedians ...

Brazil Is Number 1 in Demanding Private Info and Censorship on Google Services

Brazil and United States topped the list of nations demanding private information about Google ...

200 Days of Censorship on Brazil’s Leading Newspaper

Brazilian daily O Estado de S. Paulo and its website Estadão are approaching the ...

Press Association Accuses Brazil of Violating Press Freedom Standards

IAPA, he Inter American Press Association condemned a court ruling prohibiting one of the ...

How the Effort of Brazil’s Senate Chief to Muzzle the Press Backfired

Although the Brazilian constitution defends freedom of speech and Brazil has proclaimed itself a ...

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