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The Biden campaign wrote a letter to Facebook to take down a video ad which falsely accused the former Vice President of blackmailing Ukrainian officials to stop an investigation of his son, according to the New York Times.
Joseph R. Biden Jr.’s presidential campaign sent Facebook a letter about a false video ad that a super PAC ran on the social network.
Mark Zuckerberg defended Facebook’s decision to continue running political ads this week, despite concerns about disinformation, in a passionate speech about free expression at Georgetown University. But a legal crackdown in Washington state raises questions about whether Facebook could rein
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Mark Zuckerberg says Facebook’s political ad policy is in service of democracy and the public good. But this claim is undermined by its profit motive. If Facebook wants to continue hosting political ads, including half-true ones, then it should stop profiting from them and handle them like
Facebookandapos;s Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg on Thursday defended the social media companyandapos;s light regulation of speech and lack of fact checking on political advertising, while citing Chinaandapos;s censorship as a roadblock to operating in the country. Freddie Joyner reports.
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Here’s today’s AdExchanger.com news round-up… Want it by email? Sign up here. The Race To 5G Sprint and T-Mobile’s $26 billion merger was approved by the Federal Communications Commission on Thursday. The vote came in 3-2 along party lines, with both Democratic commissioners opposing the