An estimated 10 million people in a US saw Facebook adverts bought in Russia before and after a US presidential election.
The association published a numbers in a blog post as it incited over 3,000 Russian-bought ads to sovereign investigators on Monday.
It pronounced many ads focused on “divisive amicable and domestic messages” on issues like immigration and gun rights.
Russia has denied perplexing to change a election.
Elliot Schrage, vice-president of process and communications during Facebook, pronounced a association is “continuing to labour a techniques for identifying a kinds of ads in question”.
In an earlier post on a company’s blog on Monday, Facebook’s clamp boss of tellurian open process Joel Kaplan announced that it would also be adding 1,000 people to a tellurian ads examination team.
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The ads disregarded Facebook’s policies since they came from inauthentic accounts. Facebook pronounced that many did not violate a calm policies.
The tech hulk used modelling to guess a series of users who had seen a Russian-bought ads, that it pronounced seem to have come from a Russian entity called a Internet Research Agency.
It pronounced that 44% of a ads flush before a US election.