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Here’s Exactly How Twitter’s Political Ad Policy Will Work

It’s more complicated than we thought. And that could be a problem.

Photo by Tayler Smith. Prop Styling by Caroline Dorn

WWhen Twitter announced last month that it was planning to ban political advertising, many cheered. Here, it seemed, was a decisive action by a social media platform that put the public interest ahead of its own profit motive. The stand Twitter was…




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