Trump campaign detered millions of Black Americans from voting

28/09/2020 | Channel 4 News

3.5m Black Americans were profiled, categorised and targeted to deter them from voting during the 2016 US election by the Trump campaign. This is why online political campaign advertising through social media cannot be allowed to continue without transparency or accountability. Meanwhile, the IAPP looks at how social media is leveraged to amplify false and how detailed user profiles are often exploited in anti-democratic ways during election campaigns.

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