Facebook, Google and Twitter testified before Congress this month, acknowledging that agents tied to the Russian government used their platforms to try to meddle with the US elections.
Facebook has not defined whether "Russian linked" indicates association with the Russian government or simply with ethnic Russians or citizens of Russia.
US lawmakers earlier this month released a batch of Facebook ads they say were purchased by the company in a surreptitious effort to stir up emotions on sensitive social issues like gun control, race relations, immigration, and religion.
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That's based on findings from the 2016 Global Drug Survey, run by an independent research organization based in London. Interestingly, similar feelings, according to the study, experienced people living in different corners of our planet.
A spokesperson for Facebook told RT the service will apply specifically to Internet Research Agency accounts.
"During our open hearing with Facebook, Twitter and Google earlier this month, we asked them to notify their users if they had been targeted by or seen content as part of the Russian active measures campaign", Schiff said in a statement. The IRA has been presented by USA lawmakers and the media as an alleged "Russian troll factory" in St. Petersburg.
The company said Wednesday it will launch a portal to let people see which accounts of the Internet Research Agency they followed between January 2015 and August 2017.
"It is important that people understand how foreign actors tried to sow division and mistrust using Facebook before and after the 2016 USA election", the company wrote in a blog post.
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Attorney's Office said Mesri has not been arrested, and declined to comment on the suspect's whereabouts. He said Mesri would face consequences even though U.S. authorities could not immediately arrest him.
When this tool will be available wasn't stated, nor further details about it such as whether all users will be pointed toward it.
Facebook has also said they are hiring 10,000 people consisting of engineers, ad reviewers and security experts to better identify violations and fake accounts in addition to updating their policies to block ads that are proved fake by third-party fact-checking organizations.
However, not all of those users will be able to take advantage of the portal. The social network said it would make advertising across the board more transparent and strengthen "enforcement against improper ads" by hiring 1,000 additional review staff.
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