Facebook Further Tightened Its Political and Issue Ads Policy With the 2020 U.S. Election in Mind

The authorization process is becoming more stringent, and users will see more information


The 2020 presidential election in the U.S. is 14 months away, but Facebook is continuing to take steps to prevent a repeat of the issues that plagued the social network in 2016.

Public policy director for global elections Katie Harbath and product manager Sarah Schiff outlined three policy changes in a Newsroom post last week: strengthening the authorization process for advertisers in the U.S., displaying more information about those advertisers and updating its list of social issues impacted by its regulations.

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