Twitter beforehand today appear it’s banned more than 900 accounts purported to be linked to a China-sponsored bamboozlement attack adjoin the citizens of Hong Kong, now it’s extending its behavior to ban advertisement from all state-sponsored news sources globally.

The ban will beset any news-media alignment found to be “financially or editorially controlled by the state.” Cue the jokes about CNN and Fox News from their corresponding political detractors.

The blog post advertisement the ban states:

We are afterlight our advertisement behavior with account to state media. Going forward, we will not accept advertisement from state-controlled news media entities … This is a global access and will be activated across our entire business.

To actuate which outlets fall afoul of the new policy, Twitter‘s aggregate a list of state-sponsored media outlets based on advice provided by “Reporters Without Borders Press Abandon Index, Abandon House, the Economist Intelligence Unit Democracy Index, the European Journalism Centre’s Media Landscapes Report, the Committee to Protect Journalists, and UNESCO’s framework to assess media development and independence.”

Based on the text of the announcement, it appears as though the crackdown won’t just be bound to those outlets anon linked to government blank but also those with compromised journalists:

We will be making policy determinations on the basis of analytical issues of media abandon and independence, such as ascendancy of beat content, banking ownership, access or arrest over broadcasters, editors, and journalists, direct and aberrant action of political pressure, and/or ascendancy over the assembly and administration process.

This policy will not apply to entities that are solely committed to entertainment, sports, and travel content. However, if the agreeable is mixed with news, it will be prohibited.

Politically-sponsored misinformation campaigns are all the rage on social media (see our explainer on Cambridge Analytica’s acknowledged efforts to access the 2016 US presidential acclamation here). But accretion analysis from assembly and push-back from users has forced companies such as Facebook and Twitter to take continuing steps to abode the problem.

Twitter will be contacting companies and bodies afflicted by the ban and affording them thirty days to abstract themselves from the company’s advertising products, at the end of which they’ll face “stringent enforcement.”

Affected accounts that comply with the appeal to off-board from Twitter‘s advertisement articles will remain free to abide using the social media platform, but they won’t be able to advertise.

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