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Exclusive: Facebook removes illegal pro-Adani social media advertising

SBS Tuesday, 23 April 2019
The Australian Electoral Commission has requested social media giants Facebook and Twitter take down unauthorised political advertising from an anti-Labor and pro-Adani group, SBS News can reveal.
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