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Twitter’s ban on political ads gets guarded welcome

IndiaTimes Thursday, 31 October 2019
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey announced early on Thursday that the platform will no longer run political advertisements, saying that "political reach should be earned, not bought." The company has said it will stop both “candidate-based and issue-based ads” but there will be a few “exceptions”. Ads in support of voter registration will still be allowed, it added.
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