MAJOR TECH COMPANIES ARE TEAMING UP TO TALK ABOUT HOW TO PROTECT THE INTEGRITY OF US ELECTIONS ON THEIR PLATFORMS 1/1Major tech companies are teaming up to talk about how to protect the integrity of US elections on their platforms (CNN) – Leading technology companies don’t want their platforms to play a role in election manipulation this November. On Friday, Facebook, Twitter, Google, and Microsoft employees with meet to talk about ways to protect users and prevent misinformation from spreading. The meeting will take place at Twitter’s downtown San Francisco headquarters. Facebook and Twitter specifically have been under a lot of pressure from lawmakers and the public after fake accounts tied to Russia targeted voters during the 2016 presidential election. Executives from both companies will testify next month before the senate intelligence committee.
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