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Thousands of UK political ads went missing from Facebook archive searches

Reuters Wednesday, 11 December 2019
Thousands of UK political ads went missing from Facebook archive searchesThousands of UK political ads went missing from Facebook Inc's searchable advertising database on Tuesday, hampering researchers' ability to track ads two days before Britain's general election.
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