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According to a report from The New York Times, Brazil lifted its ban on Telegram after the country's Supreme Court blocked the messaging app for failing to comply with court orders.

Telegram made several changes to help keep misinformation at bay

The court walked back on its ban after Telegram made several changes to help keep misinformation at bay in the country, which included removing classified information shared by Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro and deletion of accounts belonging to Allan dosSantos, an activist and Bolsonaro supporter accused of spreading

Telegram promised to promote posts with factual information and label posts that contain false information. The NYT reports that it will have its employees keep an eye on Brazil's 100 most popular channels.

With over 1.1 million subscribers on the platform, Telegram has become a favored channel of communication for Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, who is currently under investigation for leaking police documents and has been accused of spreading false information in the past.

The ban on the app was ordered by the Supreme Court Judge who was against Bolsonaro. Telegram didn't take action sooner because they checked the wrong email inbox and didn't see the messages from Brazil's Supreme Court.