Meta increases advertiser restrictions for teenage users

10/01/2023 | The Guardian

In a press release, Meta has announced that it will increase restrictions around the data available for its customers to target advertising towards teenage users on its Facebook and Instagram platforms. The changes, which take effect in February, mean advertisers can no longer see a user's gender or the types of posts they engage with. Targeting data points will be restricted to age and location. 

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