A few days ago, Facebook started making it easier for advertisers to find Facebook ads, even if the ads are not really Facebook ads.
If you’ve seen an ad on your news feed that says “you have an ad blocker installed,” then that’s likely a fake.
Advertisers can now click on an advertisement to be redirected to a fake Facebook ad.
But if an advertiser clicks on an ad that says, “You have an AdBlocker installed,” and that ad is an ad from an ad network, that could be a fake, too.
That means the ad is really a Facebook ad, with ads from other Facebook advertisers, and it could be fake in the Facebook Ads platform, as well.
It’s not the first time Facebook has made it easier to spot fake ads.
Facebook started automatically flagging fake ads a few years ago, so you can now see which ads are fake in Facebook Ads.
Facebook’s move is a part of a broader effort by Facebook to make advertising more transparent.
In 2016, Facebook began offering its users a list of fake Facebook ads they can flag in their news feeds, which Facebook can then show to advertisers.
The ads that are flagged will not show up in the company’s search results or other Facebook ads in the News Feed, but users can still see the ads in their News Feed.