#FacebookCoup? Starting October 27, Facebook will prohibit new advertisements related to political and social issues for an undetermined amount of time. Egyptian Father names his child ‘Facebook’ to honor Facebook’s role in Egyptian Revolution…
Previously, a political advertisement restriction was set to end after Election Day, but now it extends beyond November 3.
The restriction pertains to advertisements under the special category of political and social issues, which require a disclaimer of who it is sponsored by and for advertisers to have their identity verified. The update is meant to deter new advertising that may spread disinformation about election results.
FYI: Facebook revoked our qualifications August 27, 2020, the month I began #Stand4Truth Facebook Group, without notice, taking away our rights to advertise on political or social issues, without offering any explanation or way to reapply.
Egyptian Father Names Baby ‘Facebook’ to honor the social media site’s role in Egypt’s revolution.
Egyptian father Jamal Ibrahim has reportedly named his newborn daughter “Facebook“ to honor the social media site’s role in Egypt’s revolution.
Richard Engel Tweets Photo Of Egyptian Protesters With ‘Thank You Facebook’ Sign
“Citizens involved in Egypt’s anti-government uprising have used social networks like Facebook and Twitter to organize and communicate with the rest of the world, despite the Egyptian government’s attempt to ban the networks. Even during Egypt’s five-day Internet blackout, Egyptians found innovative ways to get back online.”
- Egyptian Father Names Baby ‘Facebook’ | By Catharine Smith | February 21, 2011 | Huffpost | https://www.huffpost.com/…/baby-named-facebook-egypt_n…
- Facebook Widens Ban on Political Ads as Alarm Rises Over Election | October 22, 2020 | By Mike Isaac | New York Times | https://www.nytimes.com/…/facebook-political-ads-ban.html
- Special Ad Categories | Facebook | https://www.facebook.com/business/help/298000447747885
- Richard Engel Tweets Photo Of Egyptian Protesters With ‘Thank You Facebook’ Sign | By Catharine Smith | February 4, 2011 | Huffpost | https://www.huffpost.com/…/egypt-protesters-thank-you…