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Facebook is banning ads that promise to cure the coronavirus (FB)

Business Insider Wednesday, 26 February 2020
Facebook is banning ads that promise to cure the coronavirus (FB)· *Facebook is tightening up its rules on ads that reference the coronavirus outbreak.*
· *It is banning ads that mentioned it if they attempt to "create a sense of urgency" around the virus or promise to cure it.*
· *Like other tech platforms, Facebook is has seen a wave of activity relating to the COVID-19 outbreak,...
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