Black leaders in Congress say Facebook is possibly violating federal anti-discrimination housing law by allowing users to use advertising filters for housing to exclude some people based on race and ethnicity.
Black leaders in Congress say Facebook is possibly violating federal anti-discrimination housing law by allowing users to use advertising filters for housing to exclude some people based on race and ethnicity. Matt Rourke AP
Black leaders in Congress say Facebook is possibly violating federal anti-discrimination housing law by allowing users to use advertising filters for housing to exclude some people based on race and ethnicity. Matt Rourke AP

Black leaders in Congress say Facebook ads may be violating federal law

November 02, 2016 04:15 PM

UPDATED November 02, 2016 04:36 PM

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