Presidential Elections

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TikTok Bans Deepfakes, Expands Fact-Checking to Fight Election Misinformation

The social network announced three new measures to combat fake news during the 2020 presidential race.

Local U.S. Election Officials' Emails Vulnerable to Cyberattacks, Report Warns

Email privacy controls-or a lack thereof-could put state and local election administrators at risk of phishing.

Bernie Sanders Ends 2020 Presidential Bid

Joe Biden is now the presumptive Democratic nominee to oppose Donald Trump this November.

Facebook Remains an Election Meddler's Paradise in 2020

Don't rely on Facebook's self-regulation to save us from election interference in this year's critical elections. In fact, despite a PR push to the contrary, the company is doubling down on the access it sells to would-be meddlers.

How Digital Marketing Changed the 2016 Presidential Race and Will Change 2020's.

As an entrepreneur, there are certain candidates and changes you want to see succeed. How will the digital world you use everyday be a factor?

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