Fb vice president of Latin The Usa Diego Dzodan was once arrested in Sao Paulo, AP said.
In Step With AP, a judge in Brazil’s northeastern state of Sergipe ordered the arrest because of the social community’s failure to comply with a judicial order inquiring for data as a part of a “secret investigation” involving equipped crime and drug trafficking.
AP brought that Fb-owned messaging application WhatsApp was blocked in Brazil in December for failure to give up person information to law enforcement, and Globo stated that Dzodan’s arrest is related to that WhatsApp user knowledge.
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The photograph of Dzodan is from his LinkedIn account.