Information service of the government of France launched an ad campaign #OuiJeVote (“Yes, I vote”) before the elections to the European Parliament. Her goal is to agitate citizens to register in the voter list for voting on may 26.

Twitter refused to place sponsored tweets, citing a lack of a social network tool that would show who and how many paid for advertising. Such requirements on the social networks contained in a law of fake news, which passed in November 2018.

The interior Minister of France Christophe Kastaner wrote on Twitter that the social network needs to deal with terrorist content, not political campaigns. This topic will be discussed at the next meeting of Ministers of internal Affairs of the countries “the Big seven” with Google, Apple, Facebook and Amazon, he added.

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