Facebook allows political candidates to run branded content

Facebook allows political candidates to run branded content

Facebook said on Friday it was allowing US-based political candidates to run branded content on its platforms. Political campaigns and groups can now use the platform’s branded content tool, allowing influencers to more clearly tag in an official sub-header that the post is a paid partnership. The change comes after Bloomberg paid popular meme accounts on Instagram to post content about him.

Kathy
Kathy
Sirax
Sirax 1 weeks

i wonder want its like to be a bloomberg supporter...must be euphoric to have that few brain cells

Per Gunnar
Per Gunnar 1 weeks

Of course not. That crap suits Facecrap's agenda so then it's allowed.

A Maxi-Mini mall
A Maxi-Mini mall 1 weeks

All the dank memes in the world won't hide your shit policies

Craig
Craig 1 weeks

ha ha ha ha ha ha ha... well that's not nefarious at all. Facebook needs to be a public utility.

michael zubas
michael zubas 1 weeks

Zuckerberg Strikes again..

ffcSquall
ffcSquall 1 weeks

Reason #7542579 not to use Facebook.

Rational ific
Rational ific 1 weeks

Sponsored memes are the only memes that support him.

Barry
Barry 1 weeks

well, we know who Mark's voting for

Crimson Jester
Crimson Jester 1 weeks

They aren't really memes, so why not call them trash and bad political ads. Which they are.

Ben B.
Ben B. 1 weeks

Well that's okay, because we all know the left can't meme

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