“We might want to regulate social networks,” says Brazil’s ex-president Lula in Europe
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – Former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, who spoke out in favor of media regulation in earlier talks, said in Brussels on Thursday, November 19, that social networks and the Internet need “parameters”.
“We have to regulate social networks, regulate the Internet, set parameters. It is one thing to use the media for education. It is another to do evil, to spread lies, to harm society,” said Lula. The statements were made in an interview with the S&D group in the Belgian capital.
According to Lula, the spread of fake news led to the increase. . .
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