Saturday June 6, 2020

Social media finally facing its advertising responsibilities

Facebook is belatedly cleaning up its act on advertising, but is it too little, too late?

8th October, 2017

Last week, Facebook announced that it was making changes to its advertising policies in the wake of an investigation that proved the company unknowingly sold ads to Kremlin-backed sources trying to sway last year’s US presidential election.

Facebook’s ad targeting tools were even used to target groups in key swing states like Michigan and Wisconsin, according to CNN reports.

Its new hires to its internal team will be tasked with reviewing...

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