Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg in a speech last month at Georgetown University said free expression is the foundation for Facebook's refusal to take down factually incorrect political advertisements. Those who agree say Facebook shouldn't be a free-speech moderator, regardless of how true an advertisement is. Opponents say Facebook has a public responsibility to ensure content posted to the platform is factually correct. Should Facebook remove factually incorrect political ads?

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