Facebook, Twitter, Google describe efforts to Congress to prevent foreign interference in 2020 election

"Richard Salgado, Google’s director for law enforcement and information security matters, said the search engine created in 1998 recognizes that elections, the global pandemic and protests against injustice make the site more important than ever. The company created a quarterly bulletin with updates on influence campaigns, he said.

“While we saw limited misconduct linked to state sponsored activity in the 2018 midterms, we continue to keep the public informed,” he said."