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Tech giants accuse electoral excessive courtroom president Alexandre de Moraes’ habits as ‘pre-censorship’


Legal professionals representing the nation’s main social networks – Twitter, Telegram, Tik Tok, Google, and Meta – have appealed the selections of Justice Alexandre de Moraes to Brazil’s Supreme Court docket (STF), citing “pre-censorship.”

The representatives declare that the Moraes’ determinations promote normal censorship of content material that’s typically lawful.

They, subsequently, demand that the Court docket’s choices clearly state what content material is taken into account unlawful.

That is to keep away from blocking . . .

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