Election-year political advertising reportedly is worth roughly $275 million for social media behemoth Facebook. That sounds like a lot — and, to be fair, it is a lot — but it’s a small portion of the billions the company rakes in via other methods of exploiting and monetizing personal privacy. So it’s curious that CEO and founder Mark Zuckerburg has no interest in vetting political ads for truthfulness as the 2020 elections approach. Given the chaos Facebook helped facilitate in 2016, when Russian intelligence and others polluted social media with bogus “news stories” intended to help Donald Trump and hurt Hillary Clinton, one might think Zuckerburg would be interested in adding “good citizen” to his title as World’s Youngest Oligarch.