Social media companies are bracing for delayed election results, which experts warn could open the door for misinformation, false claims and threats of violence to spread online.

If results of the presidential election are delayed, false claims and other misinformation could thrive online, which is forcing Facebook and Twitter to prepare for worst-case scenarios.

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