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ProPublica Advertising Acceptability Policy
ProPublica began accepting advertising, and offering sponsorships of its emails, in 2011.
In connection with those moves, we have developed the following advertising acceptability guidelines.
First, ProPublica reserves the right to accept or decline any advertisement or sponsorship it is offered.
ProPublica will decline to accept advertising that it knows or believes to be misleading, inaccurate, fraudulent or illegal, or that fails to comply, in ProPublica’s sole discretion, with its standards of decency, taste or dignity.
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