Brazil's fake news law: Big Tech bites back in bitter internet regulation fight

Brazil's landmark fake news law hit a hurdle this week when a vote in parliament was postponed. If it's eventually passed, online life will change for more than 160 million Brazilians who use social media, and potentially for internet users around the world. But Big Tech is putting up a fight, as our Technology Editor Peter O'Brien explains. We also get insight from our Rio de Janeiro correspondent Constance Malleret.

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