2.2 million Facebook-Instagram ads canceled before US presidential election


The United States is currently in the midst of a presidential election (US Election 2020). This is why current President Donald Trump and Democrat candidate Joe Biden have stepped up their election campaign. On the other hand, there are reports that 2.2 million (2.2 million) advertisements are being canceled on Facebook and Instagram.

According to media reports, Facebook Vice President Nick Clegg said that 2.2 million (2.2 million) advertisements on Facebook and Instagram have been canceled. Meanwhile, 120,000 posts which could disrupt the voting, are being removed. Also, 150 million posts have been warned that may spread misinformation.

Let me tell you that in the first year of the 2016 US presidential election, Facebook was accused of misleading voters. Donald Trump was elected president in that election. Facebook has been on high alert since the election. A similar problem was seen in Britain during the 2016 referendum. According to reports, Nick Clegg said, " We have 35 to secure our platform, there are 000 employees. They are participating in the election. Also, we have partnered with 70 specialized media groups for information. Five of them are in France. '