The Issue of Online Political Ads

In their current state, they’re not being regulated nearly enough.

Mark Zuckerberg’s picture is courtesy of Flickr by Oscar Espiritusanto. Jack Dorsey’s picture is courtesy of Flickr by jdlasica. Both licensed under CC BY 2.0.

Tackling the issue of online political ads will prove itself a complicated task. As we’re starting to get fully submerged into the 2020 election cycle, numerous concerns have been raised about social media platforms’ inability to duly deal with election meddling after the disaster that was 2016

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A. Khaled

A. Khaled

Internet culture scribe with an interest in the digital economy, content creators, media and politics.

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