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Facebook revamps policy after report on anti-Semitic targeting

DNA Sunday, 17 September 2017 ()
Facebook said it was revising its advertising policies to prevent "discriminatory" targeting after a news report showed marketers could aim messages at categories of people such as "Jew haters". The world's biggest social network announced the change after the nonprofit investigative news site Pro Publica revealed how...
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