Facebook is trialling a tool to tackle those annoying fake ads where Karl Stefanovic tries to flog you Bitcoin

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No, Karl Stefanovic is not giving you a great deal on cryptocurrency. (Photo by Don Arnold/WireImage) Facebook is trialling a tool that lets you report fake ads you see on its platform. The reporting tools comes after a number of celebs had their images used for fake ads and scams on Facebook. It is being trialled in Australia, New Zealand and the UK. Have you seen an obvious scam on your Facebook feed recently? Facebook is testing out a tool that lets Aussies report fake ads they see on the platform. The form is available on the Facebook website, allowing you to report any ads on Facebook “that you believe was meant to mislead or scam people out of money or personal information”. It comes after images of celebs such as TV presenters Karl Stefanovic and Waleed Aly were used on Facebook to promote scams. Earlier this year, scammers used…

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