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A total of 2.2 million ads on Facebook and Instagram have been rejected and 120,000 posts withdrawn for attempting to "obstruct voting" in the upcoming US presidential election, Facebook's vice president Nick Clegg said in an interview published Sunday.A total of 2.2 million ads on Facebook and Instagram have been rejected and 120,000 posts withdrawn for attempting to "obstruct voting" in the upcoming US presidential election, Facebook's vice president Nick Clegg said in an interview published Sunday.

Facebook Vice-President Nick Clegg Says 2.2 Million Facebook, Instagram Advertisements Rejected Ahead Of US Elections

Facebook has been increasing its efforts to avoid a repeat of events leading up to the 2016 US presidential election.Facebook's vice president Nick Clegg added that the company also uses artificial intelligence which has 'made it possible to delete billions of posts and fake accounts, even before they are reported by users'Facebook has been increasing its efforts to avoid a repeat of events leading up to the 2016 US presidential election.Facebook's vice president Nick Clegg added that the company also uses artificial intelligence which has 'made it possible to delete billions of posts and fake accounts, even before they are reported by users'

2.2 million Facebook and Instagram ads rejected ahead of US vote: Nick Clegg

A total of 2.2 million ads on Facebook and Instagram have been rejected and 120,000 posts withdrawn for attempting to "obstruct voting" in the upcoming US presidential election, Facebook's vice president Nick Clegg said in an interview published Sunday.A total of 2.2 million ads on Facebook and Instagram have been rejected and 120,000 posts withdrawn for attempting to "obstruct voting" in the upcoming US presidential election, Facebook's vice president Nick Clegg said in an interview published Sunday.

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