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Dear Sophie: How will this election nail-biter affect immigration?

Dear Sophie: How will this election nail-biter affect immigration? Sophie Alcorn Contributor Share on Twitter Sophie Alcorn is the founder of Alcorn Immigration Law in Silicon Valley and 2019 Global Law Experts Awards’ “Law Firm of the Year in California for Entrepreneur Immigration Services.” She connects people with the businesses and opportunities that expand their […]

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Election Day was largely free from disruptive cyberattacks, as efforts shift to combating misinformation

Election Day was largely free from disruptive cyberattacks, as efforts shift to combating misinformation Polls closed in the U.S. presidential election on Tuesday without any significant or disruptive cyberattacks, according to cybersecurity officials and experts. Election Day wasn’t without its problems. Some voting machines in Nevada and Texas went down but were quickly back up […]

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Facebook and Instagram notifications warn U.S. users there’s no winner yet in Presidential Election

Facebook and Instagram notifications warn U.S. users there’s no winner yet in Presidential Election Facebook and Instagram are running notifications in their respective apps informing U.S. users that the winner of the 2020 U.S. Presidential Election has not yet been determined. In large pop-ups appearing at the top of the Facebook and Instagram News Feeds, […]

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VC Seth Bannon on how a Biden administration might best support climate startups

VC Seth Bannon on how a Biden administration might best support climate startups It’s too soon to know who will win the U.S. election tomorrow. Tomorrow may even be too soon to know who wins the election. But it’s always a good time to talk with investors about how they’re thinking about the future, and […]

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Tech for Campaigns, created to get Democrats elected, on the parties’ biggest differences

Tech for Campaigns, created to get Democrats elected, on the parties’ biggest differences Yesterday, a 450-page “investigation on competition in digital markets” was published by the House based on 16 months of evidence gathering, including interviews with employees and past employees and others with first-hand knowledge of the inner workings of Facebook, Google, Amazon and […]

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PandaDoc employees arrested in Belarus after founders protest against Lukashenko regime

PandaDoc employees arrested in Belarus after founders protest against Lukashenko regime Yesterday the four employees (pictured) of US-headquartered enterprise startup PandaDoc were arrested in Minsk by the Belarus police, in what appears to be an act of state-led retaliation, after the company’s founders joined protests against the 26 year-long regime of President Alexander Lukashenko. Lukashenko […]

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Twitter hides Trump tweet behind notice for potentially dissuading people from voting

Twitter hides Trump tweet behind notice for potentially dissuading people from voting Twitter flagged one of President Donald Trump’s tweets on Monday, placing it behind a notice that warns users it violates the platform’s rules against dissuading people from voting. In the tweet, posted on Monday, Trump claimed mail drop boxes are a “voter security […]

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After Iowa caucus flub, can tech be trusted in elections?

After Iowa caucus flub, can tech be trusted in elections? An app intended to speed up reporting of election results for the Iowa caucuses has failed spectacularly, not only confusing the electorate but perhaps poisoning their feelings toward making any technological “improvements” to the voting process whatsoever. TechCrunch staff reporters Brian Heater, Jonathan Shieber, Zack […]

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Buttigieg’s CISO resigns, leaving no known cybersecurity chiefs among the 2020 candidates

Buttigieg’s CISO resigns, leaving no known cybersecurity chiefs among the 2020 candidates Presidential candidate Pete Buttigieg has lost his campaign’s chief information security officer, who cited “differences” with the campaign over its security practices. Mick Baccio, who served under the former South Bend mayor’s campaign for the White House, left his position earlier this month. […]

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Why the world must pay attention to the fight against disinformation and fake news in Taiwan

Why the world must pay attention to the fight against disinformation and fake news in Taiwan On Saturday, Taiwan will hold its presidential election. This year, the outcome is even more important than usual because it will signal what direction the country’s people want its relationship with China, which claims Taiwan as its territory, to […]

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