Facebook lifts its advertising ban


Facebook reported that it ended the ad ban on political and social issues, which it temporarily imposed after the November 2020 elections in the USA.

“As a result, we plan to take a closer look at how these ads work on our service and see where more changes are needed in the coming months,” the company said in a statement. statement was included.

After the ban is lifted, politicians and social groups in the USA will be able to advertise on Facebook and Instagram as of today.

The social media company imposed a ban on advertising in order to “prevent chaos and misinformation” on November 3, 2020, when the ballot boxes were closed in last year’s presidential elections.

Twitter announced in a statement in 2019 that it would ban ads with political content from the end of November.