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Facebook bans Russian state media from advertising and monetizing content on its platform
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Facebook has banned all Russian state media from advertising on its platform, according to a company official.
Nathaniel Gleicher, head of security policy at Facebook, said that Russian state media is now prohibited from running advertisements or monetizing content on its platform, adding that the new restrictions apply around the world.
In a tweet, Gleicher said that Facebook would continue to apply labels to Russian state media.
"We are now prohibiting Russian state media from running ads or monetizing on our platform anywhere in the world. We also continue to apply labels to additional Russian state media. These changes have already begun rolling out and will continue into the weekend," Gleicher said.
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