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Google is ready to resume acceptance of policies on all its platforms after having temporarily blocked them in suivant the US Capitol Riot in January. The search giant will allow advertisers to run political ads starting on Wednesday, which was previously reported by Axios .
"Beginning Wednesday, we will be lifting our sensitive events policy to once again allow advertisers to broadcast policies " said a spokesperson of the company in a press release sent by e-mail. "We will continue to strictly enforce our rules on, which strictly prohibit clearly false information that could significantly undermine confidence in the public.ions or the democratic process.
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Google previously banned s policies after the November elections to limit the spread of disinformation, but this restriction was raised in December . The search giant once again blocked policies on its platforms on January 13, declaring restrictions under its target the sensitive events policy would be in place until at least January 21. The company said at the time to put a "suspend timeorally all the policies in addition to any reference to the impeachment, the inauguration or the demonstrations on the United States Capitol.
Facebook also temporarily stopped broadcasting policies in the United States after the polls closed on November 3, which would have remained in place.