|Washington sues Facebook, Google over political ad spending|
|By Thom Holwerda on 2018-06-06 10:09:15|
Facebook and Google were paid millions for political advertising purposes in Washington but failed for years to publish related information - such as the advertiser's address - as required by state law, alleges a lawsuit by the state's attorney general.
Washington law requires that "political campaign and lobbying contributions and expenditures be fully disclosed to the public and that secrecy is to be avoided".
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