Facebook plans to stop state-controlled media organisations from China, Russia and elsewhere from buying ads in the US ahead of November’s presidential election. Photo: Reuters Facebook plans to stop state-controlled media organisations from China, Russia and elsewhere from buying ads in the US ahead of November’s presidential election. Photo: Reuters
Facebook plans to stop state-controlled media organisations from China, Russia and elsewhere from buying ads in the US ahead of November’s presidential election. Photo: Reuters

politico | Facebook slaps labels on Chinese and Russian state-controlled media amid anger over Donald Trump’s posts

  • Warnings will be added to pages of Xinhua News, People’s Daily, Russia Today and Sputnik, among others
  • Company has faced backlash from employees for not adding labels to comments from US president linked to ongoing violence against George Floyd protesters

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Facebook plans to stop state-controlled media organisations from China, Russia and elsewhere from buying ads in the US ahead of November’s presidential election. Photo: Reuters Facebook plans to stop state-controlled media organisations from China, Russia and elsewhere from buying ads in the US ahead of November’s presidential election. Photo: Reuters
Facebook plans to stop state-controlled media organisations from China, Russia and elsewhere from buying ads in the US ahead of November’s presidential election. Photo: Reuters
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