The ability to opt out of certain ads is one of the things that makes Facebook an important platform for journalists.
If you don’t want to be tracked by advertisers, you can opt out by changing your browser settings.
But it can be hard to know where to start, because Facebook is a global network and many advertisers do not disclose their opt-out policies in their ads.
For example, in the U.S., the Electronic Advertising Bureau (EEB) does not require the company to disclose its opt-outs in ads on its websites.
That’s why it can take weeks to find out if you’ve opted out of a particular ad.
The best way to do this is to click the ad blocker icon in the top right corner of your News feed.
Here you can also click on the “View Ads” menu to see the full list of ad blockers.
Here are some of the most popular options: Google AdBlock Plus (free) You can also turn off the Google Ad Blocker feature by clicking on the link on the right side of the ad.
You can find out more about the AdBlockPlus app here.