Brazil's Anti-Spying Internet Push Could Backfire, Industry Says

For tech companies in Brazil, the government’s decision to target their operations in response to U.S. spying is about as smart as sending an angry email in the heat of an argument.
President Dilma Rousseff’s plan to force Internet companies to store user data inside the country will not fix Brazil’s security concerns and could instead send costs soaring and hurt future investments in a key emerging market for companies like Google, Facebook and Twitter, industry executives …

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