For Facebook tracking Brave white-lists
According to Brave developers, it's white-listed due to causing Facebook login to break if blocked.
See issue #1108 on Github
@wuwei @Rastal the two under-handed ways that ad-blockers profit is by whitelisting ads that pay the ad blocker not to block, and indeed the non-whitelisted ads are often replaced by ads that benefit the ad blocking project. I knew Brave made use of one or both of those schemes but didn't recall which.
You should use uBlock Origin with "Anti-Facebook List" instead
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