Facebook is the largest advertising platform in the world, with the power to reach over 2 billion users directly. That's why the company's decision to not fact-check political advertising, even when the
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Most people celebrated when Twitter announced its ban on political ads in October, and for good reason – there’s a lot wrong with the current state of political campaigning online. But as the first Facebook
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Facebook is suing a Chinese firm its says hijacked users' accounts to run and pay for fake ads for diet pills and male enhancement supplements, often featuring celebrities. In a legal complaint filed Facebook
Words like this have popped up more frequently in brand conversations as ideals like transparency and authenticity rise in importance. In the past, brands and companies could stay silent on topics such
Australia’s electoral authorities lack the resources and powers to investigate the opaque funding used to spread political ads on Facebook, an inquiry has heard. The use of paid political advertising the