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TikTok Bans Campaigns From Asking You for Money Ahead of US Midterms

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If you're a politician or political hopeful on TikTok, you won't be able to use the platform to ask for money ahead of the US midterms.

TikTok has long banned(Opens in a new window) paid political ads and branded content, and it recently moved to crack down on influencers who violated that rule.

But with less than seven weeks until folks in the US head to the polls to choose their next state and local representatives, TikTok is doing the same for political content at an account level.

Politicians and political parties will temporarily lose access(Opens in a new window) to advertising features—save for "limited circumstances" like spreading public health and safety information, which will require assistance from a TikTok representative.

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