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Zuckerberg to abandon the political correctness ad censorship but What’s really changing?

During a speech at the Georgetown University, some of the students asked questions about Facebook’s decision not to ban what some deem as questionable political ads on his social media platform. “I believe that when it’s not absolutely clear what to do, we should err on the side of greater expression,” Zuckerberg answered. “In a democracy, I …

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Facebook boycott: Some see the signs of a new world order, others call it progress

Facebook Inc said on Friday it will start labelling newsworthy content that violates the social media company’s policies, and label all posts and ads about voting with links to authoritative information, including those from politicians, according to Reuters. Apparently this is a push back from the large corporate clients for the recent positioning for freedom …

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