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The Sub-Committee will hold the third evidence session in its inquiry into Disinformation on Monday 4 November 2019.
Monday 4 November 2019, The Grimond Room, Portcullis House
Senior executives from PayPal face questions from MPs in the on-going inquiry into disinformation. The use of the online payments system to make donations to political parties has been part of the changing landscape of campaign finance. Among areas likely to be considered, whether foreign donors could make untraceable political party donations through PayPal, the use of multiple accounts, bots and automated systems, and how transactions are covered by electoral law.