With just over a year left until the 2020 US presidential elections, social media giants are advancing by afterlight their behavior around the spread of misinformation and political advertising. Last month, Facebook appear a bunch of new tools to better “protect the autonomous process,” while Twitter absolutely banned political ads altogether, and now Evan Spiegel, Snap’s CEO, said his aggregation will fact-check and review all ads on the platform. 

“We accountable all announcement to review, including political advertising,” Spiegel told CNBC on Monday. “And I think what we try to do is create a place for political ads on our platform, abnormally because we reach so many young people and first-time voters we want them to be able to engage with the political conversation, but we don’t allow things like misinformation to appear in that advertising.”

It seems Snapchat is accession itself neutrally amid Facebook and Cheep who are at the acute ends of the political ad debate, while Google has remained abundantly silent on the issue. 

Over the past month, Facebook has faced acute criticism from lawmakers and its own employees over its accommodation to allow politicians to lie in their political ads on the platform. At the end of last month, 250 Facebook workers signed an open letter urging Zuckerberg to amend the company’s action for acclimation and green-lighting political ads. 

Just a few weeks later, Twitter’s CEO Jack Dorsey, appear via a Cheep thread that the belvedere will stop all political ads globally as of November 22nd. The policy update means the advance of political agreeable and ads of any form from political abstracts including parties, candidates, and government admiral will be banned — but it’s guidelines are still murky

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