Facebook announced this week that it will stop running political ads in the United States after polls close for the 2020 election on November 3 and will keep the halt in place for an indefinite period of time. The company stated in a blog post: “While ads are an important way to express voice, we plan to temporarily stop running all social issue, electoral, or political ads in the U.S. after the polls close on November 3, to reduce opportunities for confusion or abuse. We will notify advertisers when this policy is lifted.”
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