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  • How Facebook is changing its political ad-buying policies

    Mark Zuckerberg just can’t quit political ads. Facebook executives considered banning political ads after it was revealed that Russia used the social network to influence the 2016 presidential election, but the company’s billionaire CEO decided against it, according to a Thursday report. The social network has, however, removed ad-sales employees’ incentives to run political ads

    New York Post
  • Instagram Is Changing One of Its Policies on Removing Accounts

    Instagram is in the process of changing a policy it uses to determine when accounts should be removed from its platform. The Facebook-owned photo- and video-sharing network's current rule allows a certain percentage of violations within a time frame before an account is removed, but some bad actors found a loophole: The more an account

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  • Around the world, backlash against expensive climate-change policies

    From Alberta to Australia, from Finland to France, and beyond, voters are increasingly showing their displeasure with expensive energy policies imposed by politicians in an inane effort to purportedly fight human-caused climate change.

    Washington Examiner