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Facebook will check the owners of popular pages and force advertisers to confirm identity, - Zuckerberg

on Sat Apr 07, 2018 1:28 pm
Facebook introduces new rules for placing political advertising in order to prevent interference in elections similar to Russian.

About this the head of the company Facebook Mark Zuckerberg wrote on his page, informs  Censor.NET.

"After we discovered Russia's intervention in the 2016 US election, we successfully applied new instruments of artificial intelligence during special elections in France, Germany and Alabama in 2017, and as a result, tens of thousands of counterfeit accounts were deleted. week  we blocked an extensive network of russian false accounts, which included russian news organizations,"- he wrote.

Next - there are "two great steps". First, check advertisers who are planning to run a political advertisement. They will have to confirm the identity and location of the person who places and pays for the ad.

Facebook is also testing tools that allow you to see all the ads on the page and the archive to search for past political advertising campaigns.

Secondly, the company will check the owners of popular pages. To do this will attract thousands of new employees. "These steps will not stop all the people trying to play the system by themselves, but it will be much harder for them to do what the Russians did during the 2016 elections and use false accounts and advertising pages," says Zuckerberg. He is convinced that these innovations "will help to raise the bar of all political advertising on the Internet".

Recall that the United States continues to investigate Russia's possible interference in the presidential election. The Special Prosecutor Müller finds out whether the Trump headquarters had been negotiated with the Kremlin to undermine Tramp's rivalry from the Democratic Party, Hillary Clinton. Moscow denies interference in the US elections and requires the submission of confirmatory documents.

The US Department of Justice has issued a document stating that 13 people in Russia have been charged with interference with the US presidential election. As for the former head of the Donald Trump Paul Manaforth headquarters, he has already put forward two allegations of Russia's interference with the US presidential election. He did not plead guilty.

Trump has criticized Muller 's investigation of Russia's interference in the US presidential election in 2016, calling it biased.  In Ukrainian/український
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