The network is waiting official authorization of the Justice system to broadcast the film.The song "Luís Inácio (300 Picaretas)" by rock band Os Paralamas do Sucesso, from their 1995 album Vamo Batê Lata, was banned in the Federal District.(App Annie considers that the best way, in this particular case, to independently measure an app's market penetration.) We only list the top-rated app for August, but your favorite app may have been a close second or come out on, um, top in another month, since the competition is fierce.
The song alludes to a statement made by Brazilian former President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva in which he said that the Chamber of Deputies is formed by 300 bastards and a minority of honest men.
Deputy Bonifácio Andrada of the Brazilian Labour Party of Minas Gerais, outraged with the song, managed to ban it from a concert the band would perform in Brasília on 23 June 1995 on the basis the song was offensive to an electoral candidate.
In the past, our stance on voice comms emphasized the increased potential for negative behavior.
We’ve since reconsidered our philosophy around voice chat and while there are some challenges we want to overcome (keeping it an opt-in experience, for example), we want to do it.
We have a ton of talented folks actively experimenting with different storytelling formats, and it’s definitely a hope that someday we’ll see the fruits of that experimentation on the big screen (or the small screen, or wherever it makes the most sense).
We’re also looking at ways to better share all of the stories we’ve already told and will continue to tell, like with the newly-launched Universe.The current legislation restricts freedom of expression concerning racism (Paim Law) In 1986, during Brazil's military dictatorship, the federal government banned Jean-Luc Godard's 1985 film Hail Mary, claiming that it was an insult to the Christian faith (although the State was officially secular).In 1994, just a day before the premiere of the British documentary Beyond Citizen Kane at the Rio de Janeiro Modern Art Museum, the Military Police confiscated the copy of the film, obeying a court warrant.It mixes rap, Miami bass, and African-style rhythms—the result is an incredibly catchy, sexy, and raw genre that twerking was made for.This is Brazilian funk, and although it’s played throughout the country, it originates from and is closely associated to Rio de Janeiro.Censorship in Brazil, both cultural and political, occurred throughout the whole period following the colonization of the country.