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Facebook put up a blog post entitled preparing for election day.
In it, the company said that it will take down content that seeks to intimidate voters, including posts that encourage people to engage in unauthorized poll watching.
The company will also direct users to accurate election results through notifications and labels after the polls closed in November.
Facebook will also temporarily stop running ads in the US about the election, social issues and politics after the polls closed.
Court records in an arson cases show that Google gave away data on people who search for a specific address.
A recently unsealed court document found that investigators can request such data in reverse order by asking Google to disclose everyone who searched a keyword Rather than for information on a known suspect, police typically need a warrant on a known suspect to demand a person’s search history.
Waymo announced that it will begin offering fully driverless rides in the Phoenix area through its Waymo One service.
Up until this point, Waymo had a safety operator in the driver’s seat just in case The company also said it will expand the number of people who can join the Wei-Mo program through its app.
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