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In response, Facebook, Twitter and other social media companies made policy decisions to ban calls for violence at the polls and to label premature declarations of victory.
Many states reopened while still having large numbers of new infections, a premature move that health experts blame for the subsequent national spikes in cases in the summer and now again in the fall.
As such, it is premature to make sweeping judgments on the polls’ overall performance before all the ballots are counted.
A large budget doesn’t prevent failure, as even larger corporations suffer from premature releases of products and ideas.
It’s probably premature to call it but it was a significant lead.
Any premature declaration will likely hit American networks like Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube first, so the way these platforms handle this kind of activity will inform what happens next.
The company will label posts with premature declarations of victory with links to authoritative information.
The company has also tightened some of its rules on political ads and announced plans to crack down on candidates who claim premature victory.
Markey asked Zuckerberg whether he would commit to banning premature declarations of victory by political campaigns.
FACEBOOK, GOOGLE, TWITTER CEOS CLASH WITH CONGRESS IN PRE-ELECTION SHOWDOWNTONY ROMM, RACHEL LERMAN, CAT ZAKRZEWSKI, HEATHER KELLY, ELIZABETH DWOSKINOCTOBER 28, 2020WASHINGTON POST
Their letter told Wheeler— a former coal lobbyist — that tightening the standard would avoid tens of thousands of premature deaths per year.

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