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  • Deb R Peterman

    Beware of Googles little logo ad button~it means you are being tracked.

  • Carol Edwards

    Beware of new advertising button on Facebook

  • Carolyn Livingston

    "It's the logo for Google's AdChoices system. Facebook will start using the system on most of its site ads very soon. If you see the logo on an ad, it means that you are seeing personalized ads based on your past browsing history.... instead of picking up bits and pieces from your browsing, AdChoices might just pull your Likes, groups and other information directly." Read the article for how to turn it off.

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