Continuing the discussion from Trying to juggle the needs of the many without disturbing the few, very difficult:
In this world, we have many new opportunities. We can now be heard everywhere. This is true for any country, and some countries have elections. When a country has a ballot, it is expected the electorate presumes to hear and see presentations by the candidates and the candidates representatives. Some performances will tell the people how right their candidate is and how harmful their opponent is.
It is presumed the words we perceive will be created by and posted by a candidate’s political organization. Our election standards require these messages originate from the candidate and their representative.
One of the problems that have come with technology and improvements in the media’s ability to deliver a message is to answer a question, “who said that?” Going forward, it appears to be necessary to prove that anything we may see or hear or read did not originate from any source other than what is required by our election laws.