“Promoted” Ads | Facebook’s Fraudulent Business Practice

The screenshot is from my newsfeed on facebook this evening 03/26/2018. This isn’t the first time I have noticed this in ads served to my feed.

Notice the “share” link is missing. Facebook should be sued for fraud. They took money from Prager U to promote the ad. By restricting the sharing they are limiting “engagement” and “reach” of a particular ad campaign. This increases the cost of the campaign per “engagement.” There are 123 shares showing so they have obviously limited the ads’ “engagement” and “reach” by arbitrarily removing the share link after 123 “shares.”

Censorship using fraudulent business practices. The struggle is real.–Gy

Wonder how many shares this one gets before the link disappears.

This entry was posted in #RcWire.

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