Facebook Won't Ban Political Advertisements

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Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg has announced that he will not ban political advertising. He believes that political advertising plays an important role.

 Mark Zuckerberg said that he does not think private companies have the right to censor politicians or news in a democracy.

Political advertisements are also being recalled by cable networks and national channels, including Google and YouTube. Responding to the criticism of Critics' comments that the ads do not make up even 5 percent of their revenue on Political advertisements. Facebook, which has around 2.8 billion users globally, has $17.6 billion in revenue during the third quarter-end. Daily and monthly users were 1.6 to 2.4 billion in the third quarter of 2019, around 2.8 billion people are now using at least one app from the Facebook family, which includes Instagram and WhatsApp.

Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey has announced that the company will ban political advertisements on that platform globally.
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