Changes in Washington, D.C., following Tuesday’s midterm election could ripple their way out to Silicon Valley—and the tech sector more broadly—as Democrats take control of the House of Representatives.

In the Senate, Republicans gained seats. While it’s still unclear exactly how a split Congress will change tech, the industry has faced criticism from members of both parties on issues such as national security, antitrust and privacy.

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