In response to earlier (elective)scandals, driven by negative public opinion, and under the watchful eye of guard dogs and wettenmakers pulls Facebook the reins again, tighter.also Read the New report brings Facebook back in tight shoes: Netflix and Spotify got access to private messages
To the timeline of users to keep it clean of misleading ads and sabotage campaigns is launching the largest social media company in the world, a new weapon in the fight: political advertisers in the European Union must, from today, register their comings and goings will after a few clicks for everyone to see.
“For foreign interference to prevent it, advertisers should be established in the country where they place their ads and they should be able to identify,” says Richard Allan, policy director of Facebook, in a note on the measures. “In our library, anyone going to see exactly how much money is spent by advertisers, which ads are placed, where the advertisements offered.”
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