Facebook partially lifts its ban on political ads after the elections, but only in Georgia before the by-elections, as the company announced on Tuesday, as the social network continues to focus on the fight against misinformation after the elections. The acquisition of a company means taking possession of its assets, but also of its liabilities, including those that will only be discovered in the future. Bonds are the result of many reasons. Third parties may feel that they have not been treated fairly in the contracts. Investors may be moved by the way previous directors and executives conducted the transaction. Competitors can claim a violation of intellectual property rights. A company that takes control could require the acquired business to purchase expiry insurance to protect against these debts. For example, Facebook says it will completely reject all ads aimed at places outside Georgia or will try to address other political issues outside the by-election framework. It also has its ban on advertisements containing claims or other content that contains information unmasked by its partner data auditors, or that “delegitimizes” the races.
It is not known how long Facebook intends to maintain the ban on advertising, as it has been more than a month since its last extension. But the company says it is taking steps to ensure that its second-round exception does not lead to unintended consequences. Facebook said Tuesday it would make an exception to its ban on political advertising in order to make campaigns and other political organizations an advertisement for the upcoming by-elections in Georgia. Workers can also purchase retirement insurance to cover work debts that arise after a company has concluded. For example, a doctor who closes his office may purchase retirement insurance to protect against the claims of previous patients. This type of policy is generally extended until the statute of limitations for a claim expires. If the company continues to offer services, its guidelines generally extend compensation, so that the purchase of an expiry period becomes redundant. Although life insurance works similar to the extended reference period (ERP), there are several differences.
First, ERPs generally only apply at a one-year maturity, while denuding provisions generally cover multi-year periods. Second, ERPs are often acquired when the insured person switches from one non-life insurer to another, while expiry provisions are used when an insured is acquired by another or merges with the insured. Facebook will continue to reject ads that attempt to run outside Georgia, not to mention second-round elections or “content that is unmasked by third-party fact checkers or that delegitimizes the second round in Georgia.” The following insurance policies should have a discharge plan: administrators and executives (D-O) insurance, liability insurance, professional liability insurance (E-O) insurance and liability insurance (EPL). Facebook`s political ads have been a source of controversy since CEO Mark Zuckerberg was attacked for refusing to check them, but the social network and its advertising platform remain an important tool for candidates. The Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez(N.Y.) criticized Democrats for not “pulling all cylinders” by investing more in the platform, and the advertising ban drew the ire of political groups, preventing campaign and grassroots groups from getting their messages out and informing voters before the election. Scott Fairchild, executive director of the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee, criticized Facebook for continuing its advertising ban in Georgia after Google announced last week that it was lifting its restrictions and said the ban continues “harms voter turnout in Georgia`s second round, with a disproportionate impact on communities of color