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Commentary: Forget free speech. Facebook should ban Alex Jones or anyone else who violates its rules

Not to express sympathy for Mark Zuckerberg, but Facebook has reached the point where it just cannot win. Ever. Period.

On Thursday, the company announced that it was permanently banning a handful of people who had used Facebook and its subsidiary Instagram to push reprehensible notions into the world. Most of them were provocateurs and conspiracy theorists on the right wing, such as Alex Jones, but also included was the Rev. Louis Farrakhan, the Nation

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