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A company official said so far "we have found no significant coordination of ad buys" in Germany, but did not have an update on France.
Mark Zuckerberg also said the company will make political ads more transparent by enabling people to view the campaigns being run from a page.
The social network has taken a small step toward getting rid of the shady advertisers targeting its users.
While American retailers must pay taxes on everything they import, a new government policy makes it even easier for Chinese counterfeiters to sell their goods tax and duty free.
"Which company is not growing step by step?" asks Mike Xu, the CEO of Shenzen-based Global Egrow.
Global Egrow says "the vast majority of our customers from all over the world are overjoyed with our products."
The social network says it will pay greater attention to advertisers with "overwhelmingly unsatisfactory" products.
It's a giant game of knockoff roulette.
Using images stolen from across the web, sketchy retailers are selling ultra-discounted clothes to women on Facebook. A BuzzFeed News investigation shows many are linked to one of China's richest men.
You'll probably be pretty surprised.
Advises you to be careful what you "like." Via India.
Get your lawyer involved, Bobby. Slash that bitch Zuckerberg's ankles.
Finally, a clear explanation of Facebook's ad-targeting practices.
How does a free service make money? With all the information users provide in their profiles, targeted advertising is an easy way to profit. (via)
It's almost like Facebook's ad-monitoring team just got really depressed and gave up.
Are they ever any good?