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In October 2022, after months of campaigning, Brazilians cast their votes in a run- off election for the next president. Thanks to the diligence of activists, like Rafael Zanatta from Data Privacy Brasil, the country now has legal avenues and representatives of collective rights when issues related to digital influence arise during an election. Data Privacy Brasil works to ensure that civil society, technologists and the government are working together to consider the potential gains and losses associated with big tech. In this conversation, Rafael Zanatta and Varoon Bashyakarla discuss how popular media often misrepresents techno-authoritarianism, the legal reaction to data breaches in Brazil and why data protection is for everyone.
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