Internet in Brazil
The Internet in Brazil was launched in 1988. In 2011 Brazil ranked fifth in the world with nearly 89 million Internet users, 45% of the population. In 2010 Brazil ranked 9th in the world with 13,266,3...
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Globo.com
Grupo Globo (formerly known as Organizações Globo (English: Globo Organization)) is the largest mass media group of Latin America, founded in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, in 1925 by Roberto Irineu Mari...
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Plano Nacional de Banda Larga
Plano Nacional de Banda Larga ([ˈplanu nasioˈnaw dʒi ˈbɐ̃dɐ ˈlaʁɡɐ], National Broadband Plan) or PNBL is an initiative from the Brazilian government to provide broadband Internet access throughout the...
Adzuna
Adzuna is a classified ads metasearch or vertical search engine based in the United Kingdom that operates websites in 11 countries. The website aggregates job, property and car ads from several hundre...
Internet Group
Internet Group do Brasil (iG) is a Brazilian Internet service provider that owns and operates web portals and provides a variety of services including online banking, shopping, stock information, chat...
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Cosmo On-Line
Cosmo On-Line is a generic and news Internet portal operated by media holding company Rede Anhanguera de Comunicação (RAC), located in Campinas, state of São Paulo, Brazil. It is the largest portal of...
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Global Village Telecom
Global Village Telecom (GVT) is a Brazilian telecommunications company that offers services on landline telephone, broadband for both consumer and business, Pay TV and voice over IP. GVT has been in t...
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Embratel
Embratel is a major Brazilian telecommunications company headquartered in Rio de Janeiro. The company was the long distance arm of Telebras until it was bought by the U.S. company MCI Communications ...
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Internet censorship in Brazil
Censorship in Brazil, both cultural and political, occurred throughout the whole period following the colonization of the country. Even though most state censorship ended just before the period of red...
Oi (telecommunications)
Oi ([ˈoj], Portuguese for "Hi"), formerly known as Telemar, is the largest telecommunications company in Brazil and South America, both in terms of subscribers and revenues. It is headquartered in Rio...
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Skoob
Skoob is a collaborative social network for Brazilian readers, launched in January 2009 by developer Lindenberg Moreira. Without advertising, the site became a meeting point for readers and writers wh...
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Joe Penna
Joe Penna (Birth Name Jônatas de Moura Penna) (born May 29, 1987 in São Paulo), known online as MysteryGuitarMan, is a Brazilian filmmaker. He currently resides in Los Angeles, California.
Penna m...
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Google.com.br
Google Search, commonly referred to as Google Web Search or just Google, is a web search engine owned by Google Inc. It is the most-used search engine on the World Wide Web, handling more than three b...
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Universo Online
Universo Online (known by the acronym UOL) is a web content, products and services Brazilian firm. It belongs to Grupo Folha enterprise.In 2012 UOL was ranked by Alexa website as the fifth most visite...
TIM Brasil
TIM Participações or TIM Brasil is the Brazilian subsidiary of Telecom Italia Mobile an Italian telecommunications company, which owned 67% of the company as of 2014. TIM Participações started its act...
Claro Americas
Claro Americas is part of América Móvil, a Mexican telecom group serving clients in Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, the Dominican Republic, Ecuador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, N...
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Bruna Surfistinha
Bruna Surfistinha (Portuguese for "Little Surfer Bruna") is the pen name of Raquel Pacheco, a Brazilian former sex worker who attracted the attention of Brazilian media and television by publishing, i...
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