Political ads are will no longer be permitted on Twitter from Friday, 22 November. This can be, for example, paid out marketing where people are called upon to help a campaign or vote for a particular politician.
CEO Jack Dorsey got already suggested last month that he wished to bar governmental ads. But it was not yet clear during that time what types of advertising the new principle would affect.
Now Twitter has launched more information. All marketing that refers to ‘a choice, governmental get together, elected or appointed federal government established, election and referendum voting calculate, laws and rules, directive or judicial outcome’ will no longer be approved.
There can also be limitations for commercials which can be specifically targeted at certain geographical locations.
There is certainly huge sociable strain on social networking organizations to avoid accepting commercials that distribute bogus details and can affect elections. Twitter differentiates itself from rival Facebook, which fails to stay when it comes to political ads.