Rob leathern, Facebook’s director of advertising integrity, left this week after working at the company for advertising products on sensitive topics such as politics and coronavirus misleading, according to an internal communication post obtained by Reuters on Friday. Rob leathern said on Facebook’s internal network earlier this month that he would leave the company on December 30, and no other source had previously mentioned his plans or his departure. < / P > < p > Reuters said Facebook could not be reached immediately for comment. In his post, leathern said he would & quot; leave Facebook and work on consumer privacy, not just advertising and social media & quot;, but did not disclose where he was going. < / P > < p > leathern is the company’s public voice in handling controversial political advertising policies. Before the US election on November 3, Facebook was criticized for allowing a certain amount of misleading content and conspiracy theories to spread on its platform. < / P > < p > in November, leathern tweeted that Facebook & quot; does not have the technical ability to launch political advertising & quot; by state or by Advertiser in the short term;. Then, before the second round of the Senate election on January 5, Facebook lifted the temporary ban on political advertising in Georgia after the election, which will determine which party controls the U.S. Senate. Spontaneous combustion at a Guangzhou Motor vehicle intersection and other traffic lights in Shenzhen