About the ads you see from Facebook
You may see ads on apps and websites in the Facebook Audience Network. When companies buy ads through Facebook, they can choose to have their ads distributed in the Audience Network.
The Facebook Audience Network is a way for advertisers to show ads that are more relevant and useful to you. Your activity on some of the websites and apps you use helps determine which ads you see. This is called online interest-based advertising, and it's common across the Internet.
Opt out of online interest-based ads on websites
To opt out of online interest-based ads on the web from Facebook and other participating companies, visit the Digital Advertising Alliance. You'll need to opt out separately with each browser you use.
If you allow online interest-based ads:
You'll see ads that are more interesting and relevant to you.
If you don't allow online interest-based ads:
You'll still see ads, but they won't be as relevant to you.
You may still see ads for other reasons, such as:
Your age, gender or location.
The content in the app or website you're using.
To learn how to manage online interest-based ads on mobile devices, please visit our Help Centre.
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