A federal judge in Brazil has ordered a temporary suspension of messaging app Telegram, citing the platform's alleged failure to provide all information requested by Federal Police on neo-Nazi chat groups. The judge also increased the daily fine for non-compliance to 1 million reais (about $200,000). The move is part of the country's push against a rise in school violence. Brazil's federal government has been striving to stamp out school violence with a particular focus on the supposedly nefarious influence of social media. Regulation of social media platforms was a recurring theme during a meeting earlier this month between President Luiz Inácio Lula da Silva, his ministers, Supreme Court justices, governors, and mayors.