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Facebook Pauses Ads for Military Gear and Gun Accessories
Facebook Pauses Military Gear Ads

Facebook said it would pause ads for military gear in January 2021, following a BuzzFeed report, citing TTP research, which showed how Facebook ran ads for weapons accessories and body armor in far-right groups in the days following the deadly Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol riot. See TTP’s full findings here.

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