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    Facebook’s ad targeting tools could be a valuable supplement to census data /Link

     Official census forms are an invaluable source for demographic data throughout the country, but for trends that occur on the scale of weeks or months rather than years, they’re a bit lacking. But a new study shows that similar data used by Facebook to target ads could help fill in that blind spot. Read More




    (@)Devin Coldewey

    Published on 12 Oct 2017 at 11:33PM

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