Ad transparency transformed digital politics. After four years, what’s next?
Big tech’s 2018 move to publicly catalog political ads was a win for everyone. They should build on it.
Four years ago this month, Facebook (now Meta) launched a searchable database of all political ads running on its sites. The move was quickly followed by other digital ad platforms (including Google, Snapchat, Twitter, Reddit, and Roku) providing some type of political ad transparency in the Iead-up to the 2020 election. Since then, these valuable data …
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