Facebook will begin rolling a new political feature out to some users in the U.S. on Wednesday, CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced.
The social network’s users can turn off to see political ads. They also are able to turn off electoral, social ads related to Super PACs political candidates and “other organizations that have the ‘Paid for by’ political disclaimer on them,” the company said.
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The new feature will become available to all U.S. users over the next few weeks, the company said. Facebook aims to expand the feature to more countries where it has enforcement on political ads this fall.