Digiday— Patagonia has pulled all paid ads from Facebook and Instagram until at least the end of July. The boycott will extend if the advertiser has seen three specific changes to how the social network handles hate speech. The post Patagonia: Boycotting Facebook ads will lead to an ‘even more thoughtful approach’ to its ad buying appeared first on Digiday.
Digiday—With the Facebook ad boycott, the push for inclusivity arrives in ad buying. While the Facebook ad boycott won’t compensate for advertisers’ systemic failures to foster racial equity, it's clear that they are no longer able to sit on the fence. The post With the Facebook ad boycott, the push for inclusivity arrives in ad buying appeared first on Digiday.
Deadline—Verizon Joins Facebook Ad Boycott, Adding To Growing Backlash Against Tech Giant’s Laissez-Faire Approach To Posts. Verizon has joined a growing boycott of advertisers boycotting Facebook and its Instagram subsidiary after the company’s handling of objectionable posts has left many brands uneasy on the massive social platforms. “We’re pausing our advertising until Facebook can create an acceptable solution that makes us comfortable and is consistent with what we’ve done with YouTube [
Fortune—These big businesses are all boycotting Facebook ads. Here's a list of all of them, including Unilever and Verizon.