Activist Sharpton takes Facebook ad concerns to Zuckerberg's home

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Activist Sharpton takes Facebook ad concerns to Zuckerberg's home

"No-holds-barred meeting" with Zuckerberg over decision not to fact-check.

Civil rights activist Reverend Al Sharpton said he had a "no-holds-barred meeting" with Mark Zuckerberg at the Facebook Inc CEO's home on Monday over the company's decision not to fact-check ads and other content from politicians. The meeting, which Sharpton said lasted nearly two hours at ...

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