In an effort to grow transparency, Facebook launched the report that shows the amount of money that was put towards Facebook advertisements from May 2018 to October 20th of this year.
Facebook Inc on Tuesday unveiled a searchable database that will provide information on spending by advertisers for political ads and issues of national importance in the run-up to the midterm elections. Facebook archived about 1.7 million political or issue advocacy ads in that time. Numerous company's ads qualify as relating to "issues of national importance".
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"The Democrat's latest campaign report, filed early Friday with the Federal Election Commission, showed he brought in almost $8.5 million from October 1 to 17, padding a tally that was already the most of for any Senate candidate anywhere, ever", adds the author. Facebook said RFA created pages using fake accounts or multiple accounts with the same names and posted massive amounts of clickbait meant to direct people to third-party websites. "And tens of millions of dollars are flooding into Texas from liberals across the country". Unlike O'Rourke's operation, Trump's committee does not rely on small donors and can accept checks worth nearly a half a million dollars.
The social media giant has been working vigorously to restore a reputation heavily tarnished by the 2016 presidential election, where it was blamed for the spread of fake news and for allowing millions of users' data to be harvested for political purposes by Cambridge Analytical.
Another top spender was the "Vote No on 8" committee, which opposed a California ballot measure that would cap the profits of dialysis clinics, and is backed by major dialysis companies like DaVita, Kaiser Health News reported.