With the end of Brazil’s elections approaching on October 26, the country’s smartphones are humming. Almost every group on WhatsApp, or ZapZap as Brazilians call it, has something to share about the second-round presidential candidates, incumbent Dilma Rousseff of the leftist PT and opposition rival Aécio Neves of the centrist PSDB. Facebook, Twitter and Instagram have been flooded with election-related videos and memes. Continue reading »
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