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By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL – Men living in homeless shelters were hired by entertainment company Time For Fun (T4F) for R$50 per day to set up the stages and move heavy equipment for the Lollapalooza Festival which took place last weekend in São Paulo, claim an entertainment workers' union in São Paulo. According to the union, this could be considered modern-day slave labor.

The Artists and Technicians Union of the State of São Paulo (Sated-SP) said it was filing suit with the São Paulo Prosecutor's Office to . . .

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