By Lise Alves, Senior Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL – With the official start of election campaigns, the upcoming Brazilian general elections in October is already being seen as the election where voters will weigh their decision more based on what they read on the Internet than on information coming from TV and radio.

According to analysts, most of the 147.3 million Brazilian voters will choose their next government representatives based on content seen on social networks and instant message applications.

"It has been speculated that this election may be the first election where the internet takes on a . . .

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