Ken Goldstein follows an ad through the chain from advertiser to consumer, and wonders why Facebook is still targeting him with ads for French Maid Costumes.
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Pussy Riot’s battle in Russia has revitalized the political backbone of the punk community, but it has also transcended punk.
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