How Data Journalism is Evolving in Brazil

Data journalism is on the rise in Brazil since the Access to Information Act came into force in 2012. Similar to the UK’s Freedom of Information Act, the law guarantees public access to data provided by the Brazilian authorities.

Within five years, the community of data journalists, programmers and hacktivists grew to nearly 200 individuals, and the spirit of collaboration, rather than focusing on exclusives, prevails.

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