The CEO of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg has no intent to mold the policies of the company on political ads. This will mean that the social media platform won’t ban them. Also, it will allow no checks on the facts or three high-ranking sources at Facebook. Zuckerberg defends his perception by backing upon the ideas of curbing false news or advertisements. He had also said that political ads allow first-time or lesser-known candidates to gain popularity and build followings. He also said that he doesn’t think that tech companies are in a position to decide right or wrong in the ads of candidates. However, this refusal has fueled a wide-ranging debate over the misinformation spread by social media firms. A strong response had come earlier from the CEO of Twitter, Jack Dorsey who had asserted last week that a political message should be earned and not bought.