In a tweet, Nathaniel Gleicher, head of security policy at Facebook, said the company is “now prohibiting Russian state media from running ads or monetizing on our platform anywhere in the world.”
“We also continue to apply labels to additional Russian state media,” Gleicgher added. “These changes have already begun rolling out and will continue into the weekend.”
Announced Friday in a tweet, Twitter suspended advertisements in Russia and Ukraine.
“We’re temporarily pausing advertisements in Ukraine and Russia to ensure critical public safety information is elevated and ads don’t detract from it,” Twitter announced.
Google, the parent company of YouTube, did not immediately respond to a request for comment.