Facebook also had 870 million unique visitors in June, according to the data. (THIERRY ROGE/REUTERS)

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According to statistics posted by Google’s ad subsidiary, DoubleClick, on Wednesday, Facebook had a trillion — or, if you prefer, a million million — page views in June, topping Google’s list of the 1,000 most-visited sites. It’s worth noting that Google doesn’t put its own search page on the list, though more than one report has indicated that Facebook tops even Google as the most-visited site on the Web.

Facebook also gathered 870 million unique visitors in June, according to the list.

YouTube (owned by Google) came in second on the list. Yahoo, live.com and Wikipedia rounded out the top five.

The list doesn't include “adult sites, ad networks, domains that don't have publicly visible content or don't load properly, and certain Google sites.”

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