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Is Facebook Secretly Listening to You to Target Ads?

Is Facebook Secretly Listening to You to Target Ads?

By Josh Wolford

Facebook knows you pretty well. In fact, I'd be willing to bet that Facebook knows more about what you like and how much you like it than many of your friends. Think about it. You've been dropping Facebook subtle and not-so-subtle hints for years. You casually "like" Netflix, The Big ...

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