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Brazil to insist on local Internet data storage after U.S. spying

29
Oct
2013

By Esteban Israel and Anthony Boadle SAO PAULO/BRASILIA (Reuters) – Brazil, seeking to shield its citizens from alleged U.S. spying, is pushing ahead with its plan to force global Internet companies to store data obtained from Brazilian users inside the country, according to a draft of the law seen by Reuters. Despite opposition from multinational software, hardware and telecommunications companies, President Dilma Rousseff is pressing lawmakers to vote as early as this week on the law, sparked by disclosures of widespread U.S. spying on Brazilian telecommunications data. …

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