Facebook Closes Its Gap With Radio Political Ad Disclosures

April 9, 2018

Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg has gone on record supporting an effort in Congress that would close the gap between radio and television stations’ requirements for complying with federal political advertising rules—and what online sites must do. Zuckerberg, who is scheduled to appear before Congress on Tuesday and Wednesday, also announced a series of steps that Facebook is voluntary taking to improve the transparency of political ads on its site.

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