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YouTube outlines policies as elections heat up, Uber suspends accounts over coronavirus fears Alphabet beats earnings, says YouTube ad revenue was $15 billion in 2019 Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg announces her engagement Coronavirus affecting tech firms as outbreak spreads Samsung's Galaxy Z Flip leaks, Elon Musk makes surprising pivot 9 great reads from CNET this week UPS partners with Waymo in Phoenix, Nintendo Switch outsells SNES Mark Zuckerberg thinks this is the biggest misconception about him World Athletics Council bans prototype shoes George Soros fears that Zuckerberg, Facebook will help Trump get reelected Uber and Lyft, similar but different Apple revamps Maps app, Nintendo Switch outsells SNES – Source CNET Tech

In today’s news, YouTube spells out its policies on disinformation ahead of the 2020 US presidential election, Uber suspends rider and driver accounts over coronavirus fears and Twitter reveals a security incident from 2019.

It’s the first time Google’s parent company has released revenue figures for YouTube.

Sandberg’s late husband, SurveyMonkey CEO Dave Goldberg, died in 2015. Her 2017 book focused on dealing with grief following his death.

Some of the world’s biggest companies have limited travel and closed stores and offices because of the new disease.

In today’s top stories, new video of the Galaxy Z Flip leaks to Twitter, Musk drops an EDM banger and Apple closes stores over coronavirus fears.

Why Facebook is feared in Iowa, how encryption could stop the leak of your personal data and what Joseph Gordon-Levitt believes gets lost in the chase for Instagram likes.

This week’s major tech stories include UPS and Waymo teaming up for deliveries in Phoenix, Lyft laying off 90 employees,…

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