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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. 

Last year, former Facebook administrator Mark S Luckie accused the tech giant of having a “black people problem.” Specifically, Luckie declared that the aggregation was racist adjoin African American employees, and said the site was “biased adjoin black users.” One year on, and an bearding group of black Facebook advisers have appear an open letter advertence the botheration has “gotten worse.”