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Google Announces the Closing of Political Ads.

Google, the world’s largest search engine, has announced not to publish ads that contain political campaigns. Google says ads targeting political opponents to run political campaigns will no longer run. Google says the policy will be launched from the UK within a week, after which it will take effect worldwide.

Under this Google policy, expected voter data obtained from Google Search will not be able to be used in campaigns to target opponents on platforms such as YouTube and Google Search, while political campaigns will not target opponents by age, gender  And target based on location.

In addition, Google has announced that with Facebook will take action against misleading statements in advertising. In this regard, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg said that his social network (Facebook) would not do the fact check advertising by political candidates or in the campaign.

However, Twitter has also announced not to publish political advertisements

  • Question of

    Shouldn’t a political campaign run on Google, Twitter and Facebook?

    • Yes
    • No
  • Question of

    Will this announcement from Google, Twitter and Facebook loss political candidates?

    • Yes
    • No


What do you think?

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Written by zaibjaz


  1. I’m a conservative voter. So, I only watch political ads that promote truthful, proven accomplishments a presidential candidate has done FOR the my COUNTRY and for my fellow tax-payers use of our tax money.

    Our current president is an UNPAID Commander-in-Chief. We should leave private citizens alone with their hard-earned money on how they want to use their money– such as in support of their candidate.

    Google’s bias is a bad move. Nevertheless, public campaigns and packful well-attended rallies can’t be stopped. Good riddance, Google!

    DuckDuckGo is my search engine. 🙂

  2. WOW! That’s a fantastic cost-saving! I mean for the people who are running for political office. I always thought political ads were a waste of money. I never really listened to them or rather never attached much weight to them.

    But now … my question is … since the money doesn’t need to be spent on advertisements, what are the politicians going to do with all that extra money? Feed the poor? Improve educational institutions? Set up a charity foundation similar to the Ronald McDonald House? Give it back to the donors? Put it in their bank accounts? The money has got to go somewhere.