Social media companies review political ad policies as 2020 race heats up

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Published on 14 Jan 2020, 16:59
Social media companies are updating and revising their political ad policies. One platform that's received backlash is Facebook, which is standing firm on its position to not fact-check politicians' statements. Sara Fischer, Axios media reporter, joined CBSN to break down what she's learned from Democratic and Republican campaign strategists.

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