Facebook allows U.S. political candidates to run sponsored content
Facebook Inc said on Friday it was allowing U.S.-based political candidates to r...1 Min Read FILE PHOTO: A Facebook logo is displayed on a smartphone in this illustration taken January 6, 2020. REUTERS/Dado Ruvic/Illustration (Reuters) - Facebook Inc ( ) said on Friday it was allowing U.S.-based political candidates to run branded content on its social networking platforms. Branded content is created by celebrities or influential personalities to promote a paid message on social media. While Facebook requires content creators to disclose any paid partnership, it does not consider such content as advertisement since the company does not charge for it. “After hearing from multiple campaigns, we agree that there’s a place for branded content in political discussion on our platforms”, a company spokesman said. Facebook said branded content from political advertisers will not be included in its Ad Library - a transparency tool for political ads - unless it is promoted using the company’s advertising tools. Reporting by Ayanti Bera in Bengaluru and Katie Paul in San Francisco; Editing by Shinjini Ganguli Our Standards: Read more: Reuters Top News
Why do they need to turn them into commercials anyway when it's about presenting plans, policies and agendas for the coming period which people can choose from? Hmmm well it's time to think about more it's not just Fb right? And anybody... Deleted Facebook account last month because of their advertising policies. deleteFacebook
Why no one with a brain wants to use Facebook anymore Blood money too hard to reject... BUT YOU CANNOT TELL THE TRUTH ABOUT THEM ASHKENAZI ZIONIST PLASTIC JEWS. So does tv. And the papers. And the radio.
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Sponsored by Russia Of course it does. They can do everything 20th century media can do but better. Why would they not? Advertising is riddled with errors and half truths. Facebook is a buy no questions asked CNBC etrade GoldmanSachs Chase Does it make sense to delete Facebook until November?
Facebook allows U.S. political candidates to run sponsored content Facebook Inc said on Friday it was allowing U.S.-based political candidates to r... of course zuckerberg cares more about getting paid than democracy So could trump use it? big brother!
Facebook reverses on paid influencers after Bloomberg memes Facebook has decided to let political campaigns pay online influencers to spread their messages, a practice that had sidestepped many of the social network&39;s rules governing political ads. Friday&39;s policy reversal highlights difficulties tech companies and regulators have in keeping up with
Facebook's latest experimental app looks a lot like Pinterest Facebook has quietly released a new app called 'Hobbi,' which allows users to save photos of projects and activities they're interested in, much like Pinterest allows users to bookmark or 'pin' content No, thanks. Yeah, they want all the information on you they can get. Every crack and cranny of that noggin. Weirdly, the Hobbi app makes no mention of Facebook.
Facebook to allow paid political messages that aren't adsMike Bloomberg exploited a loophole to run messages promoting his campaign on the accounts of popular Instagram personalities. Now Facebook has decided to allow candidates to run such “branded content” — paid political messages that aren't ads. Ah. Good to see Facebook has found another lucrative slippery slope to hell to play on. 'Mike Bloomberg exploited a loophole' In other words, did nothing wrong. those are ads. theyre called sponsored posts for some reason tho.
Michael Bloomberg Is Paying Meme Accounts to Post About HimMassive meme accounts are running spon con for the 2020 candidate. I think Fuck Jerry was on board before they offered them money tbh How dare he- This guy is awful