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Facebook is changing its political-advertising policies on Instagram after Mike Bloomberg's campaign paid for memes on the platform (FB)

Business Insider Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
Facebook is changing its political-advertising policies on Instagram after Mike Bloomberg's campaign paid for memes on the platform (FB)· Facebook said it will allow US political candidates to sponsor branded content on Instagram, as long as they follow certain guidelines that brands currently have to adhere to.
· In a statement to Business Insider, Facebook said "there's a place for branded content in political discussion on our platforms," and that it will...
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After U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Michael Bloomberg's campaign paid popular Instagram accounts to post memes, parent company Facebook changed its rules to allow politicians to use branded content. Lisa Bernhard has more.

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