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Trump's 2020 campaign is attacking Facebook over fears it might change how its ad targeting works (FB)

Business Insider Wednesday, 20 November 2019
Trump's 2020 campaign is attacking Facebook over fears it might change how its ad targeting works (FB)· *Trump's 2020 election campaign is attacking Facebook over fears it might change how its ad targeting works.*
· *The Team Trump Twitter account claims Facebook wants to make changes that will make it harder for politicians to target its users with ads.*
· *However, while Facebook has said it is evaluating its advertising...
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