Michael Bloomberg on Facebook's role: in the election: "They have a responsibility. And if they say, 'Well there's no ways to do it other than we're going to have a human being read every message', I'm sorry, you're going to have to do that. That's their problem. It's not society's problem."
On Russian hacking: "It's an outrage ... It's as bad as if you attacked the government with weapons for god's sakes. This is killing democracy."
U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has been admitted to the hospital for tests as a "precautionary step" as his coronavirus symptoms have continued to persist 10 days after testing positive, according to a Downing Street spokesperson.
Why it matters: Johnson was the first major elected leader to test positive for the coronavirus. He was admitted to the hospital on the same day that Queen Elizabeth II gave a rare televised address to the nation, urging the British people to confront the pandemic with the same "self-discipline" and "resolve" that has defined the country in times of crisis.