Political advertising

Thirty-seven per cent of people on earth use one of Facebook’s “family” of apps each month, according to data in the company’s latest financial results, which today revealed soaring revenue and hundreds of millions of new users. Download: Which-50’s Simple Fast Easy magazine – Six great digital experience case studies In

Facebook has updated its policy on political ads, adding transparency features and the ability to see fewer political ads, but still refuses to fact check them or remove ones with false claims. The social media giant will also continue to allow unlimited targeting of specific groups as its policies become

Ahead of the 2020 US Presidential election and just weeks away from the UK General Election, Facebook founder and CEO Mark Zuckerberg has dug in on his decision to allow the spread of false information on the social media platform. Facebook allows paid advertisements with false claims provided they come

Twitter today announced it is banning all paid political advertising from its service because of fears of further misinformation spread and civil discord. Facebook, meanwhile, continues to allow the paid promotion of political ads, even when they are false. The two companies now claim to have over 3 billion active