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Threat of 2020 election interference grows

— This should be fun: Up first is Google’s president of global partnerships and corporate development, Don Harrison, who oversees what companies and tech Google might want to invest in. That grilling will be followed by testimony from antitrust lawyer David Dinielli of the Omidyar Network, a foundation funded by eBay’s co-founder that has advocated for U.S. antitrust cases against Google; Carl Szabo, vice president and general counsel of NetChoice, which supports and counts Google as a member; and Adam Heimlich, CEO of Chalice Custom Algorithms, a firm that helps brands customize their ad strategy so they don’t appear on Google.