Facebook has announced a series of changes that will make it more difficult for advertisers to “hijacked” the social media platform.

In a post on its website, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg announced the changes and said advertisers will have to follow a new process to be allowed to hijack the platform.

“As we make this change, we are taking steps to make it harder for advertisers who wish to take advantage of our platform to hijak it.

We are not allowing them to hijacks our platform, so we need to make sure that our users know that they can do so.

We will continue to work with our partners to help ensure that we are doing everything we can to keep our platform secure and fair,” Zuckerberg wrote.

Facebook said it will now require users to provide verification from an existing advertiser in order to advertise on Facebook.

This will mean users will need to provide information such as the company, the company’s name, the date they bought the ad and the type of ads.

Zuckerberg said the changes will take effect “as soon as we are confident that we have implemented the changes in accordance with our new policies.”

Zuckerberg said advertisers would also be required to give Facebook the same information about their ads, including the names of the companies and the types of ads they offer.

Zuckerburg said the new process would help advertisers better understand the ads they would be able to buy and make informed decisions about which ones they want to advertise.

The Facebook CEO said advertisers had been asking for the ability to “hack” the platform to offer advertisements to users for several years, but it had not been possible due to a lack of trust in the platform, according to CNNMoney.