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After Twitter bans political ads, Facebook’s Sheryl Sandberg says they’re ‘not worth the controversy’

31/10/2019

Facebook says its stance is ideological, not based on financial concerns. Facebook has issued its first public comments about political advertising on its platform after Twitter took the surprising step of banning all political ads on its service. In an interview with Bloomberg (via Business Insider), Facebook chief...
Facebook says its stance is ideological, not based on financial concerns. Facebook has issued its first public comments about political advertising on its platform after Twitter took the surprising step of banning all political ads on its service. In an interview with Bloomberg (via Business Insider), Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg defended the company’s stance on political advertising, telling the outlet that Facebook’s position on political ads remains unchanged.Read Full Story Facebook says its stance is ideological, not based on financial concerns. Facebook has issued its first public comments about political advertising on its platform after Twitter took the surprising step of banning all political ads on its service. In an interview with Bloomberg (via Business Insider), Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg defended the company’s stance on political advertising, telling the outlet that Facebook’s position on political ads remains unchanged.Read Full Story
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