By Cristina Graeml
(Opinion) Censorship is a recurring word among the true defenders of freedom of expression and democracy.
It’s necessary to talk about it, and a lot, giving a name to the trick of those who want to ban the debate, calling it regulation, which is nothing more than a general “silencing” to those who dare to think differently and express their opinions.
Why does the Lula government and its allies insist so much on regulating social media? Why hide their real intentions of censorship behind a modern nickname for a bill? Who do they think they are . . .