Alphabet Inc's Google said on Wednesday it will ban political advertising on its platform in the run-up to Philippine elections in May next year to choose a successor to President Rodrigo Duterte. The move comes amid pressure on social media platforms over their handling of political advertising during the U.S. presidential election in 2020. Social media platforms have become political battlegrounds in the Southeast Asian nation, with studies showing Filipinos top the rankings globally for time spent on social media.
Facebook whistleblower Frances Haugen will testify before Congress on Wednesday.
(Bloomberg) -- Nasdaq Inc. partnered with Amazon.com Inc. to shift its North American markets to the cloud starting in 2022.Most Read from BloombergChina Cash Flowed Through Congo Bank to Former President’s CroniesReliving the New York Subway Map Debate‘Pension Poachers’ Are Targeting America’s Elderly VeteransThe move is the latest among exchanges that have started to expand into cloud-based software and data analytics. Earlier this month Alphabet Inc.’s Google struck a deal with CME Group Inc.