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Facebook will end some ads that target users by their race. "We are going to turn off, actually prohibit, the use of ethnic affinity marketing for ads that we identify as offering housing, employment and credit," Erin Egan, Facebook's Vice President of US public policy, told USA Today. More »
Advertisers will not be able to keep ads for housing, job opportunities or credit off your feed based on your "ethnic affinity," Facebook announced.
Facebook says it will no longer allow advertisers to use ethnicity as a filter when it comes to targeting or hiding ads offering housing, employment or credit.
Housing, employment and credit ads will no longer be able to use Facebook tools to exclude certain races. But other types of ads can still use them.
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NEW YORK (AP) — Facebook says it will no longer allow advertisers to use ethnicity as a filter when it comes to targeting or hiding ads offering housing, employment or credit. Race and ethnicity filters will still be allowed for ads that aren't about housing, employment or credit.
An advertising tool that let marketers target housing ads by “ethnic affinity” may have violated federal anti-discrimination laws, experts say.
Facebook will stop letting marketers run housing, employment, and credit ads that target or exclude users by racial and ethnic identity on the social network, the company announced Friday. Facebook have let advertisers target ads using what it calls “ethnic affinity” for sometime, but the practice came under fire after a recent ProPublica report showed how […]
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'Ethnic affinity' marketing will be banned on ads for housing, employment, and credit.