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Mark Zuckerberg and his wife, Priscilla Chan, attend the Breakthrough Prize awards in Mountain View, California, in November.


Zuckerberg Stands By Facebook Ad Policy, Saying Politicians Shouldn’t Be Censored

Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg reiterated his choice to not take away political advertisements that comprise knowingly false and faulty info, insisting that in a democracy it’s essential for the general public to “make their own judgments.”

“I don’t think that a private company should be censoring politicians or news,” he instructed “CBS This Morning” in a sit-down interview alongside his spouse, Priscilla Chan, that aired Monday. “I think people should be able to judge for themselves the character of politicians.”

Zuckerberg has repeatedly defended his choice to permit the advertisements, at the same time as Twitter introduced in October that it will ban political advertisements on its platform, citing considerations concerning the influence of misinformation.

Critics have argued that if social media platforms don’t ban or fact-check political advertisements, politicians may deliberately unfold falsehoods that have an effect on elections.

A pair hundred of Zuckerberg’s personal workers signed a petition in October that argues free speech and political speech don’t deserve the identical protections.

In a now-viral speech at an Anti-Defamation League summit on anti-Semitism and hate final month, British actor and comic Sacha Baron Cohen additionally slammed tech corporations as propaganda machines.



Mark Zuckerberg and his spouse, Priscilla Chan, attend the Breakthrough Prize awards in Mountain View, California, in November. The couple has defended Facebook‘s refusal to ban or fact-check political advertisements.

Had Facebook been “around in the 1930s,” he stated, “it would have allowed Hitler to post 30-second ads on his ‘solution’ to the ‘Jewish problem.’”

Chan, a pediatrician and co-founder of the philanthropic firm the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative, appeared to again her husband’s stance of their CBS interview, sharing her perception that it’s lower than one firm to resolve society’s issues.

“These are not problems that one person, one company, can fix on their own,” she stated. “There’s not gonna be some silver bul-let, but we need to work together as a society for that steady progress.”

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