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Facebook sues ILikeAd, alleges ad fraud

Hindu Friday, 6 December 2019
Facebook Inc said the Hong Kong company baited people into clicking on celebrities’ photos and bogus advertising links, so it could install malware and run ads for counterfeit goods, diet pills and male enhancement supplements
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