Alphabet CFO Ruth Porat on content moderation: We have to constructively engage with regulators

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Alphabet CFO Ruth Porat joins CNBC’s ‘Squawk Box’ from the 2022 World Economic Forum to discuss how advertising spending has responded to growing fears of an economic slowdown, potential content moderation regulation and more.

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