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Facebook says it's 'unable' to reveal the ads it says are linked to Russia (FB)

Despite growing pressure on the company, Facebook says that it's "unable" to publicly reveal which ads were purchased on its platform by accounts linked to Russia during the 2016 US presidential election. "Due to both federal law and the fact that investigations are ongoing with the relevant authorities, we’re unable to share the ads," a Facebook spokesperson told Business Insider on Friday.
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