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Despite criticism, Facebook posts 17% jump in quarterly profits

By France24
26 October 2021   |   10:48 am
Facebook reported an annual 17 per cent jump in third-quarter net profit, driven by an increase in daily active users and strong advertising sales despite the platform facing multiple controversies that have led to calls for tighter regulation.

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