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Where do Facebook ad preferences come from?

I keep seeing ads on my Facebook feed that seem like a really poor match for my interests and background. Is there some way to see how Facebook is matching those advertisements with my profile? The post Where do Facebook ad preferences come from? appeared first on Ask Dave Taylor.
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