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Facebook stops paying employees commissions for political ad sales

23/05/2019

Facebook now reportedly views political ads on its platform as a civic duty rather than a revenue driver. Political ads on Facebook have been an albatross around the company’s neck since 2016 after it became known that Russia was buying up political ads to try to influence elections in the United States and...
Facebook now reportedly views political ads on its platform as a civic duty rather than a revenue driver. Political ads on Facebook have been an albatross around the company’s neck since 2016 after it became known that Russia was buying up political ads to try to influence elections in the United States and elsewhere. Since then, Facebook has repeatedly revamped how political ads work on the platform, including who can buy them, and have strived to make everything surrounding the political ads more transparent.Read Full Story Facebook now reportedly views political ads on its platform as a civic duty rather than a revenue driver. Political ads on Facebook have been an albatross around the company’s neck since 2016 after it became known that Russia was buying up political ads to try to influence elections in the United States and elsewhere. Since then, Facebook has repeatedly revamped how political ads work on the platform, including who can buy them, and have strived to make everything surrounding the political ads more transparent.Read Full Story
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