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Sheryl Sandberg says the US should 'absolutely' publicly release the Facebook ads linked to Russian interference

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Sheryl Sandberg says the US should 'absolutely' publicly release the Facebook ads linked to Russian interferenceFacebook COO Sheryl Sandberg has said US Congress should "absolutely" publicly release ads from its platform that were purchased by Russia-linked accounts.

Sandberg made the comments to Axios in her first public interview since Facebook disclosed it had discovered ads bought by Russia-linked accounts.

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News video: Russian-Funded Facebook Election Ads Will be Shown to Public

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According to members of the House Intelligence Committee Wednesday, political ads that ran on Facebook during the 2016 election bought by Russia will be shown to the public. The announcement came shortly after Congressional staffers met with Facebook chief operating officer Sheryl Sandberg, who is...

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