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Facebook headquarters sign with people posing for pictures. Headquarters for social networking company Facebook Inc. in Menlo Park, California. (Photo: Jason Doiy/ALM)

In a settlement with civil rights and labor groups, Facebook Inc. announced sweeping changes to its ad platform Tuesday to resolve claims that advertisers for housing, employment and credit opportunities targeted the website’s audiences in a discriminatory basis.

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