How Google and Facebook are taking on the old guard in politics

The internet has changed politics, but not in the way most people think.

It’s a different time than the 2000s, when the internet and social media were just a cool novelty and the idea of being on the front lines of a political battle wasn’t entirely out of reach.

It was the first time in history that you could vote in a presidential election in person, and you could even watch a presidential debate online in real time.

That meant a lot of people had a say in who won the election.

It also meant the internet could be used to broadcast political campaigns, and the internet was the place to do it.

Now, that’s all changing.

The internet is changing the way politics is fought and fought is changing politics.

And with it, the way we talk about politics.

“Politics on the internet” is a new term that’s being used by a number of companies and individuals to describe how they are trying to change the way the internet is used in politics, and how it shapes public opinion.

For the past year, Facebook has been using the term “politically relevant content” to describe content it says helps people understand politics, even if it is sometimes misleading.

“Politically relevant” content is different from “inappropriate content” that might offend people.

It could be a story about a politician’s family, a politician who is in trouble, a photo of someone who has cancer or even a meme that depicts a political figure with a broken nose.

These kinds of stories and memes are more common than you might think.

They’re all over social media, but they’re not often seen by the public.

In fact, the idea that a political cartoon was too graphic to be posted on Facebook or that someone was trying to hide something was more likely than you would think.

That’s why the term is being used so frequently.

But there’s another way that “politally relevant content”—that’s more commonly used in the context of politics—can also be misleading.

Sometimes, people can’t tell the difference between political satire and political commentary.

The difference comes down to how political satire is written.

Politically relevant satire has the intention to stir emotions, such as disgust, revulsion, and even anger.

It can sometimes be satirical, but it’s usually not.

“When you do a satirical article, you are not writing satire,” says Jason B. Foy, a political scientist at George Washington University and an expert on political satire.

In reality, satire is political commentary, Foy says.

But “political satire” can be more than that.

Politicians and political commentators can be accused of using political satire as a way to attack their opponents.

The tactic has been around for a long time, but now, it is being applied to a whole new level of political debate.

“The internet is so different than the media,” Foy tells Business Insider.

“You can get a lot more information on social media in a day.

The fact that you can watch debates and get a sense of the politics of an election is going to make you think a lot differently than when you go to the grocery store or go to your doctor.”

And what does that mean for politicians?

The internet can be used for all kinds of things.

Politician campaigns can be seen on Facebook, Twitter, and YouTube, which can lead to a lot less political commentary than if it was posted on a newspaper or TV station.

In addition, if you want to make a point, you can even make it on the Internet.

Facebook recently banned a meme called the “F*** Trump” that had people posting videos of Trump supporters getting punched.

“I think we’re in the midst of the internet as a whole, a whole thing where it’s being applied,” says Foy.

“But we also see this as the internet taking on what we see as the old media in the traditional media.”

Facebook is the largest social network in the world.

It has about 10.7 billion users worldwide, according to research from Statista.

But unlike traditional media outlets, Facebook is more than just a website.

“Facebook has an entire network of political campaigns that are running, that are being hosted, and that have been run by a lot people,” Foyle says.

Facebook is also a hub for political groups that can make political commentary and make money from it.

But the political campaigns on Facebook and Twitter and YouTube have all been run as political advertising.

There are political ads on Facebook that are meant to raise money for political candidates, and those ads have been found to be political.

And political ads are even seen on political TV, as people watch and click on them.

But that doesn’t mean Facebook is being political.

Foyle points out that political ads that are sponsored by Facebook are often used for things like advertising for political campaigns.

For example, a Facebook ad that encourages people to vote for a candidate might be a political ad because it uses a video of someone being attacked by Trump supporters to drive traffic to

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