Bruno Fagali And The Destabilizing Effects Of Fake News To A Nation

It is said that the great toxicity of the media these days is the rampant spread of fake news. Sure, traditional news can be insidious, too, by burying the news and disallowing people from understanding the real issue of things, but right now, fake news is also a great threat. It’s a threat in a sense that it confused people, changes the perspective of the real arguments involved and discourages real understanding of the problems. Fortunately, Bruno Fagali is one of the people today who are spending their time in addressing the fake news issue with diligence and passion.

His work for the fight against fake news has also been timely lately because of the last Trump elections where it is said that the spread of fake news is what contributed to the media abuses


The Coordination of Efforts to Address It

The presidential elections last year had such been a target of the discussion of fake news. Without fake news, people say, the election victory last year wouldn’t have happened. It wouldn’t have been that ingrained and destabilizing. Right now, it is good to know that the government of Brazil and the United States have looked for ways to lessen the impact of such fake news. There are now forms, moves and tools that can mitigate the spread of fake news, thanks also to the many algorithm techniques from social media sites, like Facebook and Twitter.

As an aside, Bruno Fagali argued that we should state here that the 2014 Presidential Elections had such been very manipulated by fake news, and this should be something that had to no longer happen again. Fortunately, in Brazil, there’s now the Consultative Council on Internet and Elections, and with the regulations and bylaws in the committee, there would be more significant chances of lessening fake news’ effects.

About Bruno Fagali

Mr. Bruno Fagali is the head of the Fagali Advocacy and is based in Sao Paulo, Alagoas, Brazil. Mr. Bruno Fagali’s work with his co-lawyers has also been transformative in making sure that Brazil gets all the latest protection against illegal practices and ventures that if not addressed, could escalate in intense proportions. He graduated in University of Sao Paolo. He specializes in law, compliance, ethics, administrative law, urban law and regulatory law. Fagali works for 20 years as a lawyer and he works as corporate integrity manager at Nova/SB.

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