Facebook's (Accidental?) Admission It Doesn't QA Audience Network
It took a second story from TechCrunch about a Facebook, Inc. property and child pornography to fluster Facebook enough to accidentally admitting it's full of crap.
While the story understandably focuses on the child pornography element, the more meta-level (and I think more far reaching)back admission was hidden in the details. So my "what's coming next" prediction from this article is the unexplored apparent admission by Facebook that their Audience Network quality assurance has been completely delegated to Google and Apple. That their policies and guidelines were show pieces at worst, and legal cover for occasional media-inspired manual actions at best.