As Election Looms, Brazil Braces for Fake News

The day was just beginning at Largo do Arouche, once a charming square in the center of São Paulo. It was just past 8am on January 10, and a group of protesters was trying to break down the entrance door of the office of the safety guards’ union, infuriated by an audio they heard via social media that was attributed to the union’s president, saying “guards have to be badly paid.”

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