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The term “fake news” is probably most closely associated with US President Donald Trump and summarizes his combative approach towards the press, but in Brazil there are many more instances where it has come up. Attorney Bruno Fagali has been exploring the issue and how the Superior Electoral Court of Brazil, or TSE as it’s referred to is looking to mitigate the issue. What Fagali mentions is “deepfakes” which are automated social media accounts also known as bots or trolls that governments like Russia have used to disseminate false information.

Bruno Fagali notes that in Brazil’s 2018 election the use of “deepfakes” will probably increase which is why the TSE has instituted the Consultative Council on Elections and the Internet. One of the most popular tools of the “deepfakes” are videos that have been doctored to to slander political candidates, and the TSE has been setting up task forces to combat false propaganda coming out of those videos.

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Bruno Jorge Fagali is the founder and managing partner of Fagali Advocacia, a law firm based in Sao Paulo, Brazil, and he’s held several positions in legal advisory and compliance for both public and private sector organizations. He graduated from one of Brazil’s top law schools at the Pontifical Catholic University of São Paulo earning his bachelor’s degree in law, and then completing his master’s degree in administrative law with additional specialties such as a certificate in healthcare compliance. He also previously served as a compliance officer for an advertising agency for two years.

Bruno Fagali mostly specializes in public law, electoral law, parliamentary proceedings, advertising legal issues and anti-corruption cases. Fagali Advocacia has served some of the most prestigious Brazilian clients, and it’s had a great track record of litigating difficult cases. Its method is to approach each practice area with diverse views and to make sure each client’s side is heard and that they will be fought for all the way to the end. But Bruno Fagali and his associates have also maintained solid ethics and social responsibility in how they conduct business. Fagali Advocacia is also an affiliate of the Brazilian Institute of Law and Business Ethics and a partner of Ethos.

Find more about Bruno Fagali: https://www.terra.com.br/noticias/dino/bruno-fagali-fala-sobre-compliance-atualmente-uma-das-principais-responsabilidades-da-governanca-corporativa,da7796c2023b08e3ba5b3e4207d580dffb81cxb8.html

EOS Lip Balms have transitioned into a staple of nearly every woman’s handbag and night stand. EOS, which stands for Evolution of Smooth, first came out nearly a decade ago. The gorgeous, brightly colored spheres came out as disruptors of the lip balm industry during a time when lip balm was all tubular, mostly tasted like medicine and could typically be found in the pockets of Dads everywhere. These little, colorful orbs started being seen pulled out of purses of famous people like Kim Kardashian and Miley Cyrus and were being reviewed by some of the top beauty bloggers and Instagram celebrities (mapleholistics.com).  It wasn’t long before EOS spheres were in the checkout aisles of every Target checkout line in America.

EOS smartly utilizes a product placement marketing campaign to continue ensuring that the little EOS spheres are THE go-to lip balm of millennials everywhere. They can be seen used by some of the most famous people in the world in music videos, television shows and even as additional placements in commercials for other brands. This incredibly product placement style of marketing has garnered EOS a place in women’s hearts; the product has truly become a staple that women have a true affinity with.

EOS is known to rarely change up its product design and the company is also incredibly choosy about putting out products. If the team at EOS don’t absolutely love a flavor, they simply won’t release it. Many times, a new EOS release will consist of just 2-3 new flavors. However, EOS recently released an amazing new product: the EOS Crystal. For the first time ever, the EOS lip balm will contain no wax and is completely crystal clear. There are just two flavors: Hibiscus Peach and Vanilla Orchid and each is completely vegan-friendly and also contains the slightest of slant, giving users a higher ease of application.

Just when you thought spring was here and bringing warmer weather, you are hit by snow and continuous cold temperatures. Thanks to EOS, you now have a new option for lip moisture and protection. EOS has recently launched a Chamomile lip balm that is priced at only $3 (Allure).

Chamomile is full of health benefits that include being hydrating, anti-inflammatory, and loads of antioxidants. For those who are facing aging and more specifically aging of the lips, chamomile has aging fighting agents that will keep your lips not only soft but will keep your lips looking young and kissable.

Applying the EOS new chamomile lip gloss, you will be met with a cooling sensation delivered by the medicating menthol contained in the balm. The menthol also provides healing to dry, cracked lips and relieves any pain caused by chapping.

Other ingredients contained in the EOS Chamomile lip gloss include vitamin E, Jojoba oil, cocoa butter, shea butter, and olive oil. The color of the gloss is an opaque white. It is paraben-free, hypoallergenic and gluten free also. Find your lips feeling plump and full with just a $3 medicated balm that smells like your favorite hot tea. EOS lip glosses can be found in at your neighborhood drug store. Check Amazon.

EOS lip glosses come in stylish cylinders in an array of fashionable colors and patterns. They are tested by dermatologist, produced from ingredients of the highest quality and they either meet or they exceed quality and safety standards of the beauty industry and are tested by independent labs rigorously for safety.