Facebook temporarily pulled Warren ads about breaking it up

Facebook temporarily pulled Warren ads about breaking it up

Facebook temporarily pulled Warren ads about breaking it up

Facebook declined to say how Warren's political ads had been targeted - whether it was human reviewers or the company's artificial intelligence tools.

Facebook removed those ads, citing their violation of the company's policy of not allowing ads which use the Facebook brand.

A U.S. senator is promoting the break up of technology giants such as Amazon, Facebook and Google as part of sweeping proposed reforms for the sector created to bring it down to size.

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That, however, did not stop Warren from using the platform provided by one of her adversaries, Facebook, to place her campaign ad urging her supporters to join her quest in disbanding it, along with Amazon and Google.

Facebook did not immediately respond to Fox News' request for comment.

"Today's big tech companies have too much power - too much power over our economy, our society, and our democracy", the Democratic lawmaker wrote in a Medium post Friday that outlined her proposal.

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Warren also wants to reverse already completed tech mergers, like Amazon and Whole Foods or Facebook and Instagram.

But, Politico notes, the ads were soon scrubbed and replaced with a message: "This ad was taken down because it goes against Facebook's advertising policies". "But in their rise to power, they've bulldozed the competition, used our private information for profit, and tilted the playing field in their favor".

Three Facebook ads from Democratic 2020 presidential hopeful Elizabeth Warren calling for the break up of tech giants - including Facebook - were restored Monday evening after they were briefly taken down, according to reports.

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Unless they too are cut down to size, breaking up U.S. tech companies would only provide temporary breathing space before their Chinese counterparts rush in and take over. The ads featured a video with a thumbnail displaying Facebook's logo. "Let's start with their ability to shut down a debate over whether FB has too much power", she tweeted. Thanks for restoring my posts. Venture capitalists are now hesitant to fund new startups to compete with these big tech companies because it's so easy for the big companies to either snap up growing competitors or drive them out of business. Warren retweeted him to further make her case against the company.

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