Political Advertising Online Raises New Questions

So far, the Federal Elections Commission has taken a mostly hands-off approach to Internet advertising, as campaigns still spend far more money reaching voters through television, radio and direct mail. The commission ruled in 2006 that campaign regulations do not apply to most Internet activity, except for paid political advertising on someone else's website. Bloggers are exempt as long as they write voluntarily and are not paid by a campaign.

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