Alessandra Korap Silva holds her mobile phone at eye-level, turns on the camera and waits. Suddenly, from the pond in front of her, a snout emerges and a large animal starts chewing on some leaves, floating on the surface. “It’s a manatee, I’ve never seen one of these before.” She begins filming and taking photos—“I have to share this with my tribe.” Ms. Korap Silva is a member of the Munduruku people, a group of tribes which live in the Tapajós region of the northern Brazilian state of Pará. She is one of the many indigenous people in the country who use the internet.
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According to a report from @McAfee, deepfake content will be the major threat to cybersecurity in 2020.
This year, we spoke to @brunnosarttori, also known as Brazil's "deepfake wizard." Can you recognize a fake video? #BrazilianReport
Black Friday in 🇧🇷 (2019)
💰 BRL 3.2 billion in revenue
💰 BRL 132 million lost to e-commerce problems
💰 BRL 3 million seized in irregular @Xiaomi products
📈 23.6% bump in e-commerce sales
🖥️ 5.3 million online orders
Source: Ebit-Nielsen / Sofist