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10.04.2018

Turned alcohol ads off in Facebook? Did you honestly think they’d respect that?

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4 Responses to ‘Turned alcohol ads off in Facebook? Did you honestly think they’d respect that?’

  1. […] Turned alcohol ads off in Facebook? Did you honestly think they’d respect that? […]

  2. […] comes with a load of Facebook-linked privacy issues. Just today it fired through another alcohol ad despite my having turned them off in my settings, again underlining Facebook’s blatant dishonesty.    Yet here I am, still using one of […]

  3. […] That is a lie, and it’s still a lie even as of today (with an ad for Johnnie Walker in my feed). I turned off alcohol advertising in Facebook ages ago, and it’s made no difference to what I see o…    What it doesn’t tell you is that Instagram keeps its own set of advertising […]

  4. […] terms and conditions for YouTube to get away with this.    It’s exactly like Facebook, which says you can opt out of certain categories of advertising (e.g. alcohol), then serve you adver….    It’s exactly like Google, which in 2009 said you could opt out of ad customization, […]

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