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Sunday October 21, 2018

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Fernando Haddad, Brazil’s presidential candidate for the Workers Party. Political messages on WhatsApp have targeted voters ahead of Brazil’s fiercely contested presidential election.

Saturday October 20, 2018

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The London offices of Facebook, which announced new disclosure policies for political ads in Britain this week.

Saturday October 20, 2018

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Jack Dorsey, chief executive of Twitter and Square, is among the technology executives who have been fiercely opposed to a Nov. 6 ballot measure that would impose a new tax on companies.

Friday October 19, 2018

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Dara Khosrowshahi of Uber was among the chief executives who withdrew from “Davos in the Desert” because of the fate of a dissident Saudi journalist.