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By Luca Belli, The Conversation
Brazil’s WhatsApp election scandal should be a wake-up call particularly for other developing world democracies.
By Associated Press
The accounts were targeting U.S. and U.K. citizens and typically represented themselves to be American and in some cases British citizens, posting about topics such as race relations and opposition to President Donald Trump.
Does the pervading presence of the Web make people better citizens or does it propagate misinformation and threaten democracy? Paul Solman has a look at the unfolding debate as staged by the University of Virginia's Miller Center for Public Affairs.
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