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The platform is the latest to start showing educational messages from the WHO in coronavirus searches, and will add new stickers encouraging people to wash their hands and stay at home.

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The company said it's taken a hit to advertising revenue in recent weeks despite also reporting an increase in activity on the app.

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Anthony Levandowski could face prison time after pleading guilty on Thursday to stealing proprietary documents from Google, his former employer, before leaving to found Otto and later join Uber.

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Netflix is cutting back on the bandwidth it takes to stream videos to members in the European Union after a European Commission member voiced concerns over network strain.

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Trading floors in New York and San Francisco will temporarily close in response to coronavirus.

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Chaired by Dawn Nunziato, a professor at George Washington University Law School, the council will "provide unvarnished views on and advice around TikTok's policies and practices," Vanessa Pappas, TikTok's U.S. general manager, said.

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