Facebook says 10 million US users saw Russia-linked ads

Almost 10 million individuals in the United States saw politically troublesome ads on Facebook that the organization said were acquired in Russia in the months previously, then after the fact a year ago’s US presidential decision, Facebook said on Monday.

Facebook, which had not already given such a gauge, said in an announcement that it utilized displaying to appraise what number of individuals saw no less than one of the 3,000 advertisements. It also said that 44 for every penny of the ads were seen before the November 2016 race and 56 for every penny were seen a short time later.

The advertisements have started outrage toward Facebook and, inside the United States, toward Russia since the world’s biggest informal organization unveiled their reality a month ago. Moscow has denied inclusion with the advertisements.

Facebook has confronted calls for expanded US control from US specialists. CEO Mark Zuckerberg has laid out advances that the organization intends to take to stop governments from manhandling the web-based social media network.

Prior on Monday, Facebook said in a different explanation that it wanted to procure 1,000 more individuals to review ads and guarantee they meet its terms, as a feature of a push to discourage Russia and different countries from utilizing the stage to meddle in decisions.