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04.12.2016

Facebook’s ad targeting: evidence now filed with the Better Business Bureau

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Filed under: business, internet, marketing, USA—Jack Yan @ 22.19

4 Responses to ‘Facebook’s ad targeting: evidence now filed with the Better Business Bureau’

  1. […] clearly doesn’t in its pettiness over allegedly targeting Vivaldi, and Facebook doesn’t as it gathers data and falsely accuses its own users of having malware on their machines.    On September 1, […]

  2. […] I had been accusing Facebook of for years.    It relates to the Facebook ad preferences. In December 2016, I filed a complaint with the US Better Business Bureau over the fact that Facebook continued to compile data on your advertising preferences even after […]

  3. […] Facebook’s ad preferences’ page and user archive tell totally different stories about their tracking « Jack Yan: the Persuader Blog on Facebook’s ad targeting: evidence now filed with the Better Business Bureau […]

  4. […] I’ve often said, it’s wise to keep an eye on your Facebook ad preferences’ page. Even if you’ve opted out of Facebook targeting, Facebook will still keep compiling information on … I see no other purpose for this other than to target you with advertising, contrary to what you […]

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