4 min read · Aug 10th · Facebook is using privacy as a pretext to squelch inconvenient research about the political ads it delivers.
The public deserves more transparency about the systems the company uses to sell the public’s attention to advertisers and the algorithms it employs to promote content.
Our research is responsible and in the public interest. We’ve protected the privacy of our volunteers. Essentially, our ad tool collects the ads our volunteers see on their Facebook accounts, plus information provided by Facebook about when and why they were shown the ads and who paid for them.
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