Facebook on Wednesday said its post-election ban on political advertisements would likely last another month, with Alphabet Inc’s Google also appearing to be sticking with its post-election political ad ban, raising concerns from campaigns and groups eager to reach voters for key Georgia races in January that will decide control of the Senate. Meanwhile Google’s YouTube, which is labelling all election-related videos with information about the outcome said it would stick with that approach “as long as it’s necessary”, but Twitter has stopped using its most restrictive election-related warning labels, which hid and limited engagement on violating tweets. Instead, the company is now using lighter-touch labels that “provide additional context”.