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March 25 (Reuters) – Messaging application Telegram on Friday signed an arrangement to sign up for a method established by Brazil’s Electoral Court docket to beat misinformation ahead of the country’s presidential election in October, the courtroom explained on its site.

Telegram was the only remaining important messaging and social network app that experienced not but shut a partnership with the courtroom.

“The goal of the partnership is to fight faux written content linked to the Electoral Justice, the electronic voting program, the electoral system in its unique phases and the actors associated in it,” claimed the court’s note.

On Thursday, Telegram’s regional consultant Alan Campos Elias Thomaz explained he would supply the proposal to the firm’s executives, including that the app is dedicated to preventing “bogus information.”

The app was suspended by Brazil’s Supreme Courtroom past 7 days for non-compliance, but the evaluate was revoked on Sunday.

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Reporting by Alexandre Caverni Composing by Peter Frontini Editing by Sandra Maler

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