It is reported that Google will stop placing election advertisements on its platform after the official end of the US presidential election vote, a decision aimed at limiting false information about the election results. An internal e-mail from Google, the world’s largest Internet company, said ads about reference candidates, elections or voting results would not be available after the vote. The policy, which aims to ban all election related advertising, also applies to Google’s online video service YouTube. Google also said advertisers would have to wait for at least two days of vetting before the election if they wanted to post political ads. According to the new policy, Google regards the election as a “sensitive event”, the same as the level of natural disasters, after it banned advertising about tragic events of natural disasters. A Google spokesman said in a statement: “in view of the possible postponement of this year’s election results, we will suspend advertising of the 2020 election, candidates or their results after the voting on November 3. This is a temporary measure and we will inform advertisers when this policy is cancelled. ” < / P > < p > at present, the major technology platforms are busy rewriting their policies to ensure that campaign advertisements on the platforms will not mislead voters. Facebook has announced it will ban new ads from candidates a week before election day. Twitter has banned all political advertising. < / P > < p > after US President Donald Trump accused twitter and Facebook of political bias in their decisions. By contrast, Google’s decision on Friday did not immediately provoke Trump’s displeasure. < / P > < p > according to Google’s database, Google has sold more than $432 million of political advertising since May 2018. Earlier this year, the trump campaign succeeded in bidding, placing ads on YouTube’s home page before the election. After 12 years, “world class Super project” Shantou Bay Tunnel ushers in a historic breakthrough today