Facebook’s chief operating officer is using the social network to try and build relationships with people across the country, according to an internal memo seen by The Hill.
The memo said Facebook has “no plans to limit” the reach of ads to people who have “shown interest in us.”
The memo also said Facebook will be “open” to ads “from all sources that will support our mission of connecting people to the world’s most amazing places.”
Facebook has been criticized by privacy advocates and activists who say it is over-reaching to limit how people can use the platform to advertise to each other.
The company has said it wants to keep ads for all people to remain open.
The memos were circulated by the Facebook Chief Marketing Officer, which oversees the social media giant.
They say Facebook will begin “building the social infrastructure for businesses and communities around the world, focusing on building a deeper understanding of their consumers and their world.”
“Facebook is an incredible tool for connecting people around the globe to share, discover, and engage with one another,” the memo said.
The company is looking to build a network of more than 1 billion people across 50 countries. “
Our mission is to empower people around a world where everyone has the right to live free from fear and oppression.”
The company is looking to build a network of more than 1 billion people across 50 countries.
It is targeting the U.S. and Europe to reach new audiences.
Facebook has had some issues in the U, but it has gotten much better in Europe.