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Russian State Media Banned from Running Ads or Monetizing on Facebook

It is difficult to ignore the news that will eventually or has already affected our lives. Several countries have imposed sanctions on Russia since the Russians started invading Ukraine. Sanctions affecting Russian banks, military exports, and oil refining.

Meta Bans Russian State media from Ads or monetizing on its platform

Meta will now prohibit Russian state media from putting adverts or monetizing on its platform. According to Facebook’s head of security, Nathaniel Gleicher, Meta will now prevent Russian state media from running ads or monetizing on their platform around the world.

Russians have already suffered sanctions from a number of nations, which are likely to have an impact on Russian banks, military exports, Russian airlines, oil refineries, and a variety of other industries. The United States, European Union, United Kingdom, Japan, Canada, Taiwan, Czech Republic, Australia, and New Zealand are among the countries that have come out in support of sanctions against Russia.

Twitter on Russian’s invasion of Ukraine

Twitter, on the other hand, has made a crucial step toward reducing disinformation circulated in Russia and Ukraine by halting Ads in Russia and Ukraine. It will also restrict the tweet suggestion system from displaying tweets from accounts that the user does not follow on their profile.



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