You protested that the film was inaccurate and that Hollywood didn’t understand that some people build things just for the sake of building them. It was hard not to feel the irony while I was reading excerpts from your recent speech...
...at Georgetown University, in which you defended — on free speech grounds — Facebook’s practice of posting demonstrably false ads from political candidates."
Aaron Sorkin, the screenwriter for the 2010 movie The Social Network, wrote in a New York Times op-ed yesterday, addressing Facebook’s refusal to block inaccurate or misleading political ads. (The Hill – October 31, 2019)