Russian ads to go public
SAN FRANCISCO: The US House Intelligence Committee leaders have announced to make some of the 3,000 Russian ads public
that appeared on Facebook during the 2016 US presidential election. The decision was taken after US Congress leaders met Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg late on Wenesday, Politico reported. "The decision to release the ads for the public will draw scrutiny as more details emerge about Moscow's role in attempting to sway the election for Donald Trump," the report added. The Senate Intelligence Committee has joined intelligence officials to confirm that Russia used Facebook platform to foment political division in the US.