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Sweet. One more reason for me to stop using facebook.
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post #102 of 103

Well, I block facebook...!

 

do i win?

post #103 of 103
I use UBLOCK ORIGIN and there's a really easy way to block those ads that was posted in a facebook post by the adblock plus's account here's how :


go to the ublock origin settings


Go in "My filters" and add the following line


Code:
facebook.com##DIV[id^="substream_"] ._5jmm[data-dedupekey][data-cursor][data-xt][data-xt-vimpr="1"][data-ftr="1"][data-fte="1"]

has been working just fine for me.
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