Facebook announced on Wednesday that it would temporarily suspend political advertising in the United States indefinitely after the November 3 election vote. “While advertising is an important way to express voice, we plan to temporarily stop broadcasting all social issues, election or political ads in the United States after the November 3 vote to reduce the chance of confusion or abuse,” the company said in a blog post. We will inform advertisers when this policy is cancelled. ” Sarah Schiff, Facebook’s product director for political advertising, said the temporary ban is expected to last about a week, but will be adjusted according to circumstances. < p > < p > Facebook has previously announced that it will ban new political ads a week before the U.S. election, and said it will not allow any ads that attempt to question the legitimacy of the election results. Global Tech