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  • Brazilians consider social networks to be trustworthy
  • Brazilians consider social networks to be trustworthy
    Gustavo Gomes (2012) ©

Brazilians consider social networks to be trustworthy

In Brazil, just under half of the population are online – but those that are spend hours a day connected to the web, with social networks proving particularly popular. This could be because Facebook and Instagram are considered almost as trustworthy as the press.



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