Google Targeted in Brazil in Response to NSA Spying

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Oct. 29 (Bloomberg) -- Bloomberg's Sara Eisen discusses today's top story out of Latin America. She speaks on Bloomberg Television's "Market Makers." (Source: Bloomberg)

The national security agency may produce its first corporate casualty -- google.

As the subject of today's latin america report.

In brazil, the president has ordered lawmakers to put all other legislative matters aside.

Their mandate is to hash out a proposal involving google and other providers of online services.

Those companies are required to keep local user information and data centers within brazil.

She is said to have been one of the nsa's targets.

She said it would slow expansion in the country because the infrastructure would be complicated to develop.

More brazilians use google than any other website.

To -- that is today's latin america report.

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