Twitter to Bans Political Ads – CEO, Jack Dorsey announced

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Twitter CEO, Jack Dorsey has announced that Twitter is planning to ban political advertisements from its service globally.This was divulge on Wednesday via a series of tweets

This comes after Facebook, in particular, has confronted heavy criticism round its refusal to fact-check political advertising

Dorsey said the organisation will share the final policy via November 15, and that it will begin imposing that policy on November 22. “We agree with political message attain need to be earned, now not bought.

Paying for attain as regards politics “brings significant risks to politics, the place it can be used to have an impact on votes to have an effect on the lives of millions.

Dorsey additionally recounted that Twitter is “a small section of a a lot large political marketing ecosystem,” however he said, “We have witnessed many social actions reach big scale barring any political advertising. I have faith this will only grow.”

According to a Twitter spokesperson, news organizations are currently exempt from its rules on political advertising, and the company will release full details on exemptions next month.

Some ads will be allowed to remain, iincluding those encouraging people to vote.

In a statement, eMarketer senior analyst Jasmine Enberg stated the go is “in stark distinction to Facebook,” however noted “it’s likely that political advertising doesn’t make up a critical part of Twitter’s core business.”

Read his full statement on the matter below.

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