Microsoft & Google expand security tools to political parties in Canada & Europe

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Google and Microsoft have announced the expansion of security tools to political parties and organizations involved in upcoming elections that are to be held across the European Union and in Canada, respectively.

Both services will be made available for free to both political parties as well as other organizations involved with political campaigns and the electoral process, the two tech giants said.

Google expands Project Shield to the EU

Google’s announcement came from Jigsaw, a technology incubator created by the search giant in 2016, and currently operated as a separate subsidiary of Alphabet Inc., Google’s parent company.

At the end of last month, Jigsaw announced that European political campaigns and candidates would be granted free

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