Google to suspend election-related ads after vote in U.S. presidential election September 27 at 8:21 a.m.
U.S. IT giant Google has decided to suspend advertising on election results and other issues after the U.S. presidential election vote ends in November. Because more postal votes can take longer to produce results, there is likely to be an increased need to prevent confusion from spreading with indeterminable information.
In the U.S. presidential election to be held on November 3, the number of postal votes increased to prevent the infection of the new coronavirus, and media and others have pointed out that it may take time for the results to be known.
In light of this, IT giant Google has decided by the 26th to suspend advertising on election results and other issues after voting in the presidential election.
Google is looking to prevent confusion from spreading with indeterminable information about election results.
In the run-up to the presidential election, Twitter has already announced a policy of displaying or removing labels that call attention to posts that claim that the vote has been tampered with with without evidence.
Facebook has also strengthened measures to prevent confusion by major IT companies, such as deciding not to allow new political ads by candidates or camps to be posted a week before the voting day.