"Facebook will give congressional investigators access to the more than 3,000 ads bought by Russian operatives during the campaign," Axios' David McCabe and Sara Fischer report, "reversing a previous decision that had drawn criticism. It also said it would increase transparency around political ad spending in a move that gets ahead of any new disclosure rules lawmakers could try to impose on digital campaign ad spending."
What Facebook isn't doing: Releasing this information to the public, citing "sensitive national security and privacy issues" involved in the investigation.
Key Zuckerberg quote on Facebook Live (pic below): "I don't want anyone to use our tools to undermine democracy... Now, I wish I could tell you that we're going to be able to stop all interference. But that just wouldn't be realistic."
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