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⏰TikTok says it's not taking political ads.— Sara Fischer (@sarafischer) October 3, 2019
- They're not the first to reject them.
- WMATA (DC's metro authority) has rejected political ads for years.
- But an interesting call given the hell its competitors have gone through trying to police them. https://t.co/EGHc5AUJlx
So TikTok has banned 'political' ads on its platform. Leaving aside what's 'political'--as well as concerns that TikTok may be censoring plain-old non-advertorial content--this is concerning because it represents the de facto spread of CCP-defined norms https://t.co/UFVwTO2l4p— Matt Schrader (@tombschrader) October 4, 2019
1st Oct: Elizabeth Warren says she'll investigate and regulate Facebook, & break it up if necessary— Liberal_Leigh ?️ ? ?? #FBPE #StopBrexit (@Liberal_Leigh) October 5, 2019
Zuckerberg: I'll "go to the mat and fight" Warren
5th Oct: FB 'quietly' stops its ban on political campaigns making false claims
Coincidence, I'm sure...https://t.co/mF62Oz2M5E
"There is no acceptable reason to give politicians free rein to lie and manipulate the public in political ads. We are disappointed by @facebook's policy reversal, and to make matters worse, its attempt to sweep it under the rug last week." @rashadrobinson https://t.co/45EGUnlMbO— ColorOfChange.org (@ColorOfChange) October 4, 2019
Not good enough, #Facebook! Political ads free to make #false claims. New policy declares #opinion pieces & satire ineligible for verification, including any website/page “with the primary purpose of expressing the opinion or agenda of a political figure” https://t.co/fvch0RsmsX— RemainAlliance ?????? #ABTV (@AllianceRemain) October 4, 2019
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