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Facebook agrees to advertising overhaul to settle U.S. discrimination suits

Reuters Tuesday, 19 March 2019
Facebook Inc has agreed to change its paid advertising platform as part of a wide-ranging settlement to prevent discriminatory and "harmful" practices, the company and U.S. civil rights groups said on Tuesday.
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