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November 4, 2020, 7:30 AM

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Russell Brandom / The Verge:
Twitter placed sharing restrictions on a tweet from Trump alleging election theft while Facebook added labels warning that tonight's results may not be final  —  Facebook warns tonight's results might not be final, Twitter limits spread  —  After a night in which President Donald Trump …
Jack Nicas / New York Times:
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Issie Lapowsky / Protocol:
Some Instagram users see a banner that says Election Day is tomorrow, not today; Facebook says it was cached for a “small group” of users  —  On Election Day, a subset of Instagram users woke up to a message at the top of their Instagram feeds that read, “Tomorrow is Election Day.”
Michael Potuck / 9to5Mac:
Spotify begins rolling out support for streaming audio from its standalone Apple Watch app  —  Back in September, we saw Spotify finally start testing streaming support for its Apple Watch app, something we've seen arrive with other third-party services like Pandora months ago.
Wall Street Journal:
Sources: Comcast and Walmart to develop and distribute smart TVs together; TVs will run Comcast software and Walmart will promote them for a recurring revenue  —  Under the terms being discussed, the retail giant would promote TV sets running Comcast software and receive share of recurring revenue
Ellen Huet / Bloomberg:
California sides with Uber, Lyft, DoorDash on Prop 22, will exempt the companies from requiring them to classify workers as employees  —  Gig economy giants including Uber Technologies Inc., Lyft Inc. and DoorDash Inc. have won their effort to pass a hotly contested ballot measure that will exempt …
The Information:
Two senior executives at Lyft, in charge of strategic initiatives and design, respectively, are leaving the firm on the eve of California's vote on Prop 22  —  Two senior executives at Lyft, in charge of strategic initiatives and design, are leaving the ride-hailing firm, The Information has learned.
New York Times:
Ant Group says its IPO has been suspended in both Shanghai and Hong Kong, after Chinese regulators summoned Jack Ma and other executives of the company  —  The Shanghai Stock Exchange postponed the offering one day after regulators summoned Jack Ma and other executives of the financial technology giant.
Ellen Nakashima / Washington Post:
US Cyber Command and the NSA say they took actions against Iranian hackers in recent weeks to deter election interference, but did not specify actions taken  —  U.S. Cyber Command and the National Security Agency have taken recent actions to ensure that foreign actors do not interfere in the 2020 election …
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