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The Conservative Party has quadrupled its spending on Facebook advertisements as the election campaign enters its final days

Non-party campaign groups combined have spent more than double the sum paid for Facebook ads by the Conservative party’s central office

Facebook removed seven U.K. Conservative Party social media ads after the BBC complained

Google has taken down a U.K. Conservative Party ad on YouTube that used BBC news footage, days after Facebook took similar action on grounds that it infringed intellectual property rights.

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Facebook removes seven UK Conservative Party ads following a copyright claim from the BBC; the BBC said the ads distorted the perception of its impartiality (Bloomberg)

Facebook says it has removed a Conservative Party ad that used BBC news footage on the grounds that it infringed on intellectual property rights.

Facebook says it has removed a Conservative Party ad that used BBC news footage on the grounds that it infringed on intellectual property rights.

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We’re aware of Conservative Party Facebook adverts using edited BBC content. This is a completely unacceptable use of BBC content which distorts our output and which could damage perceptions of our impartiality. We are asking the Conservatives to remove these adverts.

The United Conservative Party is backpedaling after a number of Albertans said they were blocked from making critical comments about the Fair Deal Panel during Jason Kenney’s Facebook live stream announcement.

Conservative Party have advert removed by Facebook for putting a fake headline on a BBC news story

Conservative Party have advert removed by Facebook for putting a fake headline on a BBC news story

Conservative Party have advert removed by Facebook for putting a fake headline on a BBC news story

The investigation has confirmed that Liberty Now, a Facebook page promoting conservative politicians is the work of a former candidate for the provincial Conservative party in Montreal. Here's how its blurring the lines of journalism. , a right-wing

Facebook scrambled to find "conservative" fact checkers when conservatives complained that the third-party fact checkers Facebook had contracted with were not fact-checkers at all, just the 'liberal media' in another guise. That made this event inevitable.

Greg Clark to Marr on reinstated Pendle Tory councillor who circulated Facebook joke about “brown” people who “stink”: “if they are the views of the Conservative party she has no place in the party”... Which in theory might move Pendle back to No Overall Control

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