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Social media platforms and the fate of truth

It may be too much. And also too little.

Meaning last week's announcement by Twitter that it is banning all political advertising over concerns that the medium gives politicians too much reach, too much power to deceive. News of the ban, which takes effect later this month, comes as that other social media giant -- Facebook -- struggles with fallout from its refusal

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