The Anti-Defamation League was surprised to find its ads appearing on Breitbart

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The Anti-Defamation League has been one of the most outspoken critics of Donald Trump’s appointment of Breitbart chairman Stephen Bannon to a top White House post.

So it came as a surprise to the Jewish anti-bigotry group this week when it discovered that it actually numbered among the far-right news site’s advertisers.

They weren’t the only one. Because many of its digital ads are placed by a third-party network through automated exchanges, the group doesn’t have a direct hand in every online ad transaction. The same goes for other advertisers including Kellogg, which also pulled its ads from the website. Read more…

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