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Friday, June 28, 2013
Facebook To Review Ads On Pages and Groups


Facebook plans to implement a more strict policy in order to prevent situations where ads are displayed alongside controversial Pages and Groups.

Beginning on Monday, the company will implement a new review process for determining which Pages and Groups should feature ads alongside their content. By the end of the week, Facebook plans to remove ads from all Pages and Groups that fall into this new, more expansive restricted list.

For example, Facebook will now seek to restrict ads from appearing next to Pages and Groups that contain any violent, graphic or sexual content (content that does not violate our community standards).

This review process will be manual at first, but in the coming weeks Facebook will build a more scalable, automated way to prevent and/or remove ads appearing next to controversial content.


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