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Meme 2020 Creates Bloomberg Sponsored Internet Content

NPR Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
NPR's Rachel Martin talks to New York Times technology reporter Taylor Lorenz about Michael Bloomberg presidential team's use of memes, and Internet culture as part of its campaign strategy.
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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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