Facebook has become a battleground for users frustrated with social media advertising, and the latest adverts from the company are making life miserable for users.

Social media is a huge money maker for Facebook, with its adverts making up a third of its revenue.

Users have a right to a neutral platform, and social media companies like Facebook can only use their power to help people who share their content.

Facebook is notorious for censoring and silencing people, and these new ads are causing a lot of distress for users who feel silenced.

Facebook has previously said it is not targeting any users in its ads, and that it would like to remove hate speech.

We have no plans to remove any content on Facebook that we deem harmful or violates our Community Standards.

We also don’t target anyone based on their age, ethnicity, race, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, age, or national origin.

If you are concerned about any of these factors, we encourage you to reach out to us on Twitter.

Here’s how to avoid trolls on Facebook:1.

Do your researchBefore you make a purchase, be sure to read the terms of service, Privacy Policy, and our other terms and conditions.

Facebook has said it will review all of its ads and will not target anyone.

We’ve also posted guidelines on how to report and remove spam, malware, and abuse.2.

Choose a platformYour choice of platform should be based on the platform’s overall user experience.

Facebook does not support ads that are targeted at specific users or groups, and we don’t recommend you buy ads on third-party sites.3.

Keep it upTo ensure your safety and that of your friends and family, be aware of what your friends are doing and what you can do to avoid being targeted by trolls.

Facebook can remove abusive or hate speech, and advertisers who don’t comply can face legal action.

If you’re unhappy with your Facebook adverts, click on the Help button on your adverts page to view more details on how you can get rid of them.

If Facebook is not responding to your complaints, it may be because the adverts have not been removed from the platform yet.

If that is the case, you may want to call Facebook on 1800 053 0100.