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Facebook Might Change Its Political-Ad Policy

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Facebook Might Change Its Political-Ad Policy

Facebook Might Change Its Political-Ad Policy

Facebook might restrict politicians' ability to use detailed demographic and personal information.

Policy chief Nick Clegg said they could use this information to narrowly target would-be voters.

According to Politico, the possible change comes after CEO Mark Zuckerberg defended his company in Washington.

Democrats told him Facebook’s hands-off approach hurts democracy.

The Wall Street Journal reported Google is also considering changing its political-ad policy.

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