Facebook, Instagram and Twitter limit ads over Russia's invasion of Ukraine

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Meta, Facebook’s parent company, says the decision to bar Russian state media from making money on its platform comes in response to the invasion of Ukraine. Tony Avelar/AP

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Facebook is blocking Russian state media from running ads on its platform anywhere in the world. The move comes after Russia said it would limit access to the giant social network in the country.

Nathaniel Gleicher, head of security policy at Facebook, tweeted: “We are now prohibiting Russian state media from running ads

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