The world’s 90 largest companies have boycotted ads on Facebook

Facebook: More than 90 of the world’s largest companies boycott ads against racism, violence, lies, and hatred.

According to a foreign news agency, Unilever, Europe’s largest company, is among the companies boycotting ads on Facebook, and the boycott campaign has cost Facebook owner Mark Zuckerberg 7 7 billion (approximately ً 11 trillion). Pakistani rupee) has been lost.

Mark Zuckerberg‘s fortune has shrunk to 82.3 billion due to the loss of Facebook due to the boycott of advertisements and now the founder of Facebook is ranked fourth from the third richest man in the world.

Companies boycotting Facebook include Coca-Cola, Unilever, Ben & Jerry, Lipton Tea, and Duo.

Companies did not consider their corporate interests while demonstrating human values ​​and a vibrant society, nor did they show indifference in the race of competing companies.

They decided to unite against hateful posts based on race, religion, and political affiliation, as Facebook’s administration had no effect on the police removing racist hate content and misinformation online. Did not take action

It is believed that the Facebook’s administration did not take effective steps to remove racist hate content and misinformation from the police online, while Mark Zuckerberg also refused to take action against Trump’s posts. ۔

The founder has also announced a change in policy after companies boycotted and lost value in the market.

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According to the company, Facebook will ban all ads that pose a threat to a particular race, nationality, caste, gender, sexual orientation or physical safety or health.

The company has also said it will label news content published on its platform that is against Facebook’s policies.

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