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The list of companies has continued to rise despite Zuckerberg’s attempt to address the complaints.
Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerburg announced on Friday it will start labeling newsworthy content that violates the social media company's policies.
Why is one form of fighting discrimination, which just so happens to be popular today, the only form of incitement that matters to these brands?
Hours after Facebook's announcement, Coca-Cola Co said starting from July 1, it would pause paid advertising on all social media platforms globally for at least 30 days.
“Everyone, I need help. I found this picture on a Tel Aviv street,” Ariel Plavnik, a 43-year-old tourism salesperson from Kfar Saba, Israel, wrote in Hebrew and Spanish in the Facebook post.
The ice cream maker said it would join the #StopHateForProfit Campaign by pausing all paid advertising on Facebook and Instagram in the United States beginning on July 1.
The clothing retailers Patagonia and The North Face; outdoor gear company REI; and Upwork, a freelancing platform, will not be posting ads on Facebook in the month of July.
Business Insider reported that The North Face will also be halting advertising on Instagram as well, owned by Facebook, according to a direct statement.
According to the Anti-Defamation League the triangle ”is practically identical to that used by the Nazi regime” to mark political prisoners in the concentration camps.