December 15, 2020, 3:49 p.m.·1 min read MENLO PARK, Calif. — Facebook said Tuesday it will temporarily pause its ban on political advertising in the U.S. to allow ads for the Georgia runoff elections for the state’s two Senate seats. The broader political ad ban for the rest of the country still stands. The social media giant banned new election and political ads six weeks ago, after the polls closed on Election Day.
It’s fair to say that almost any prediction made at the start of 2020 would have been blown out of the water by a remarkable, challenging year in football. Tottenham’s trophy drought will extend into a 13th year in February but they look well set to end their wait for silverware in 2021. After all, Spurs historically win something when the year ends in a one – although admittedly that hasn’t happened.
In this file photo illustration taken on October 01, 2019, shows the logos of mobile apps Facebook and Google displayed on a tablet in Lille France. Facebook and Google have extended their bans on political ads in the US amid misinformation circulated aimed at bolstering claims by President Donald Trump of fraud in his loss to Joe Biden.(DENIS CHARLET / AFP) Facebook product manager Rob Leathern announced late Wednesday.