Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg announced Thursday that the social media giant would share 3,000 ads purchased by a suspicious Russian company with investigators for the House and Senate Intelligence Committees.
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg announced Thursday that the social media giant would share 3,000 ads purchased by a suspicious Russian company with investigators for the House and Senate Intelligence Committees. Noah Berger AP
Facebook Chief Executive Mark Zuckerberg announced Thursday that the social media giant would share 3,000 ads purchased by a suspicious Russian company with investigators for the House and Senate Intelligence Committees. Noah Berger AP

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