Facebook, YouTube remove content backing Brazil attack

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By Supantha Mukherjee and Martin Coulter STOCKHOLM/LONDON (Reuters) -Facebook parent Meta and Google’s video platform YouTube said on Monday they were removing content supporting or praising the weekend ransacking of Brazilian government buildings by anti-democratic demonstrators. Tens of thousands of supporters of Brazil’s far-right former President Jair Bolsonaro smashed presidential palace windows, flooded parts of Congress with a sprinkler system and ransacked rooms in the Supreme Court in a more than three hour attack. “In advance of the election, we designated Brazil as a temporary high-…

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