This sign, posted outside Facebook headquarters in 2011, depicts the symbol with which users give their approval to each others' posts. Now Facebook has disclosed that a Russian company linked to a Kremlin intelligence operation bought sponsored ads targeting voters during the 2016 presidential campaign.
This sign, posted outside Facebook headquarters in 2011, depicts the symbol with which users give their approval to each others' posts. Now Facebook has disclosed that a Russian company linked to a Kremlin intelligence operation bought sponsored ads targeting voters during the 2016 presidential campaign. Paul Sakuma AP
This sign, posted outside Facebook headquarters in 2011, depicts the symbol with which users give their approval to each others' posts. Now Facebook has disclosed that a Russian company linked to a Kremlin intelligence operation bought sponsored ads targeting voters during the 2016 presidential campaign. Paul Sakuma AP

Fake Russian accounts bought targeted Facebook ads during 2016 campaign

September 06, 2017 05:24 PM

UPDATED September 07, 2017 09:10 AM

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