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Facebook, free speech, and political ads

COLUMBIA JOURNALISM REVIEW - 31/10/2019

Mathew Ingram
A NUMBER OF FACEBOOK’S recent decisions have fueled a criticism that continues to follow the company, including the decision not to fact-check political advertising and the inclusion of Breitbart News in the company’s new “trusted sources” News tab. These controversies were stoked even further by Mark Zuckerberg’s speech at Georgetown University last week, where he tried—mostly unsuccessfully—to portray Facebook as a defender of free speech. CJR thought all of these topics were worth discussing with free-speech experts and researchers who focus on the power of platforms like Facebook, so we convened an interview series this week on our Galley discussion platform, featuring guests like Alex Stamos, former chief technology officer of Facebook, veteran tech journalist Kara Swisher, Jillian York of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, Harvard Law professor Jonathan Zittrain, and Stanford researcher Kate Klonick.

VOX/RECODE - 30/10/2019

Emily Stewart
Democrats are testing the limits of Facebook’s refusal to take down false ads from politicians, and it isn’t pretty.

VOX/RECODE - 30/10/2019

Emily Stewart
Jack Dorsey’s announcement that Twitter is axing political advertisements ups the pressure on Facebook and Mark Zuckerberg to follow suit.

THE VERGE - 30/10/2019

Makena Kelly
Jack Dorsey wants out of the 2020 campaign

THE GUARDIAN - 30/10/2019

Julia Carrie Wong
Company reports revenues increased 29% year-over-year to $17.7bn and profits grew 19% to $6.1bn
Twitter to ban all political advertising, raising pressure on Facebook