Google informed its advertising partners on Wednesday that, starting December 10, it would lift the ban on post election political advertising that would take effect after the voting ended on November 3. The lifting of the ban comes a month before two crucial second round elections in Georgia that will determine control of the Senate. < / P > < p > millions of dollars in advertising programs have flooded into the second round of the Senate election, but as Google and Facebook have extended the ban on political advertising, so far most of the money has been channeled into local television and radio ads. Starting on Thursday, Google said it would lift its & quot; sensitive events & quot; policy, which aims to prevent the dissemination of misinformation through advertisements that involve sensitive events such as elections or public health crises. Once the sensitive event policy is lifted, its system will once again begin to allow the purchase of advertisements that fall within the scope of its election advertising policy on all of its advertising service platforms (Google ads, dv360, youtube and ADX authorized buyers). Google’s political advertising policy is different from the policy used to enforce the surrounding rules of most commercial advertisements, and some audience positioning options are limited. < / P > < p > when the ban was first announced in October, advertisers were told that they should expect the ban to last for at least seven days, and that Google would review it once a week after election day if the ban was extended. Finally, the ban was extended longer than expected in order to limit the spread of post election misinformation through advertising platforms. < / P > < p > what happens next? While Google says it no longer sees the post election period as a sensitive time, it will still & quot; strictly enforce & quot; its advertising policy and strictly ban obvious false information, which could seriously undermine trust in the election or democratic process, as well as other forms of abuse. "After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today