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Congress seeks transparent online political spending with Honest Ads Act

TUAW Thursday, 19 October 2017
Congress seeks transparent online political spending with Honest Ads ActFollowing revelations that Kremlin-backed online actors bought and ran divisive social media advertising during the 2016 presidential election, three Senators introduced a bipartisan bill aimed at regulating online ad buys. If passed, it would requir...
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Senate lawmakers are making a legislative effort to increase transparency in online political advertising. the Honest Ads Act was revealed thursday, sponsored by Senators Mark Warner, Amy Klobuchar, and John McCain. The bill attempts to align rules for online advertising with those broadcast on...

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