Updating election map
For example, in the case of ads that discuss, debate or advocate for environmental issues, ads that merely encourage people to recycle or highlight sustainable products won’t require these additional steps in order to run.If an ad goes further, however, and advocates for or against things like legislation or a ballot initiative, the authorization requirement will continue to apply.We also left it intentionally broad as we worked to refine it over time.Today’s update will bring the US list in line with in countries who have recently held elections.This will allow people to confidently gauge the legitimacy of an organization and quickly raise questions or concerns if they find anything out of the ordinary.this policy, the list is meant to be fluid to reflect the public discourse around social issues on and off Facebook that seek to influence public opinion through advocacy, debate or discussion.
For starters, the architecture is more modular (the map data is now separate from the applet, which makes updating it easier).While the authorization process won’t be perfect, it, three of which demonstrate they are registered with the US government.If they choose one of the three government resource options, they will be allowed to use their registered organization name in disclaimers and the “i” icon that appears in the upper right-hand corner of their ads will read “Confirmed Organization.”We also want to ensure advertisers who may not have those credentials, such as smaller businesses or local politicians, are able to run ads about social issues, elections or politics.Biggest change of all is that you can now customise the view with the ‘Options’ dialog, so you can see one, two, or all of the big three parties’ share of the vote.Alternatively, there’s an option to view how SNP/Plaid Cymru are doing, and also how voter turnout varies across the country (mostly in inner cities, so it’s best to zoom in when using that option).
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Those steps include strengthening the authorization process for US advertisers, showing people more information about each advertiser and updating our list of social issues in the US to better reflect the public discourse on and off Facebook.