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Facebook that is a propaganda arm of the Democrat Party notified its business users that the social media giant will silence conservative speech during the 2022 mid-term election from November 1-9.
To view this Facebook announcement on the Internet, click here.
HERE IS AN EXTRACT OF THE TEXT:
Restriction period in the United States
To help provide additional time for scrutiny of ads about social issues, elections or politics in the final week of campaigning, we’re introducing a restriction period for ads about social issues, elections or politics in the United States. Advertisers won’t be able to create and run new ads about social issues, elections or politics in the United States beginning Tuesday, 1 November 2022 at 00:01 PT until Tuesday, 8 November 2022 at 23:59 PT.
Ads about social issues, elections or politics that served an impression in the United States before the restriction period began are allowed to continue running during the restriction period, but with limited editing capabilities. Once the restriction period begins at 00:01 PT on Tuesday, 1 November 2022, advertisers can adjust the bid amount, budget amount and scheduled end date of their ads that require a disclaimer. They can also pause or unpause ads as long as those ads served at least one impression before 00:01 PT on Tuesday, 1 November 2022. However, any edits related to creative, placement, targeting and optimisation won’t be allowed. We recommend that you leverage Ads Manager to make these edits.We suggest that you routinely check this page for the latest information and updates. For guidance on how to maximise your advertising during this period and avoid any unnecessary delays, please refer to our best practices guidance.On or after 00:01 PT on Tuesday, 1 November 2022, advertisers can’t:
Ad set level
Ads include boosted posts, which will be subject to the limitation above and can’t be boosted during the restriction period. Ads about social issues, elections or politics in the United States must be created and serve an impression before 1 November 2022 in order to run during the restriction period. If you’re planning to run existing ads about social issues, elections or politics during this restriction period, you’ll be able to:
You’ll be unable to make any other edits to previously approved ads that are running during the restriction period. If you’re planning to run ads about social issues, elections or politics for the first time:
We recommend that advertisers prepare accordingly as ID verification reviews typically take up to 48 hours, location confirmation can take up to 2 weeks, disclaimer reviews take up to 24 hours and ad reviews take up to 72 hours.To help avoid last-minute ad disapprovals, advertisers should closely review this article for more guidance on our ad policies about social issues, elections and politics, which includes examples of ads that do or don’t require authorisation and a disclaimer.
Will Meta have a pause for ads about social issues, elections or politics after the US 2022 General Election Day?
The ad pause put in place in 2020 was intended to be a temporary measure in response to extraordinary circumstances in the US. In 2022, the restriction period will lift the day after the election and we have no plans to extend it.
Prohibited ads policy related to elections
We’re always working to protect election integrity on Facebook and Instagram. Therefore, we’ve established measures where ads related to voting around elections (this includes primary, general, special and run-off elections) are subject to additional prohibitions and could be rejected if in violation of our policies. At this time, this policy applies to the United States, Brazil, Israel and Italy. Ads targeting the United States, Brazil, Israel and Italy with the following content aren’t allowed:
This prohibition includes ads that call into question the legitimacy of the methods and processes of elections as well as their outcomes. This also includes ads about upcoming elections in current or future years, as well as ongoing elections that have not been finalised. We consider an election to be finalised when it has been certified and officials have been sworn into office.
Author: Frances Rice