Facebook announced a new ad policy Thursday that limits access to its advertising platform and its mobile advertising platform.

Facebook announced the new policy in a blog post published Thursday afternoon.

The company has long argued that blocking ad-blocking apps is necessary to protect users’ privacy.

But in recent months, the company has made an effort to make its platform less invasive by allowing users to install a browser extension or add a third-party ad blocker.

Facebook’s policy is one of the most comprehensive to date.

It also requires that all users be able to visit Facebook ad-targeting pages.

This change is the latest in a series of efforts to control users’ digital lives.

Facebook said that its new policy “does not allow users to target ads to them or their friends or family.”

Facebook also requires users to agree to “minimization,” or to limit what the company can show to them, before they can install ad-blockers.

The new policy allows Facebook users to opt-out of targeting, which would mean they wouldn’t see ads from third-parties like Google, Apple, Microsoft, or Amazon.

It’s also more difficult for users to disable advertising from the Facebook platform than it is for Google, Facebook, or other ad-tech companies to block.

The policy does not allow Facebook users who have previously disabled their ad-serving platform to opt in to the new blocking.

But it does require users to give Facebook a clear warning if they want to opt out of ads targeting them.

Facebook has said it is working with a variety of ad-tracking services to ensure that its users have access to their own ads and to remove third-Party ads that they have not approved.

Facebook did not say how many of its users will have to give up their ad blocking options in order to be able install the new ad-protection settings.

“Users who opt in for new ad blocker functionality are not required to continue using these features,” Facebook said.

The social network said it will not continue to block third- parties from advertising to Facebook users, and it will continue to make changes to the way its ad-platform is used.

“We are continuing to work to make our ad platform more secure and secure in the future,” Facebook wrote.

Facebook is also offering an opt-in option for users who want to block ad-based messaging, a feature that allows users to create a “block list” of social media profiles they would like to avoid appearing in ads.

The update comes a few months after Facebook began allowing users who had previously blocked ad-bearing apps from seeing the new platform.

Previously, users had to use a third party’s app or visit a third page in Facebook to opt into the feature.