More than two years later, in May of 2018, Facebook implemented political advertising rules in the USA and certain African and Asian countries. From that point, political players could only advertise in their given country, with advertisements approved by Facebook or Instagram, and by officially displaying their sponsor. These rules quickly took off and now apply to almost 200 countries. Since last March, Facebook advertisements in Hungary dealing with public affairs, social issues, politics or elections must display the sponsor as well as receive an official approval from the social media platform. In fact, these rules are continually changing—and more and more content gets put in this category of restricted advertising. This means that not only does your run of the mill political advertisement have to adhere to these rules, but also government communications advertisements as well. Through this, Facebook intends to further ensure transparent advertising and prevent outside countries from influencing local political issues.