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However, in Sandberg’s and Facebook‘s defense, the issue of political ads is abundantly circuitous and the API has been bigger somewhat. Boyd and Mozilla also admit that Facebook is trying to improve, but feel that the API is still fundamentally flawed.

also quoted advisers back in July saying that the ad library was so flawed, that it was “effectively abortive as a way to track political messaging.”

However, in Sandberg’s and Facebook‘s defense, the issue of political ads is abundantly circuitous and the API has been bigger somewhat. Boyd and Mozilla also admit that Facebook is trying to improve, but feel that the API is still fundamentally flawed.

But what should Facebook do then? Boyd believes the aggregation should commit to truly cellophane political advertising, but also make sure not to ignore the fact that it’s not a absolute band-aid to convalescent political ads.

“Even absolute accuracy wouldn’t change the core botheration that Facebook is accepting payments to advance alarming and untrue ads,” says Boyd. However, although she and Mozilla aren’t ready to say Twitter’s access is the right way to go — as they’ve yet to analysis its effect — it might be article Facebook should consider, while its API isn’t living up to its role.

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