coffee chain Starbucks will stop for the time being, the placing of paid ads on social media for the company Sunday to know about it. It is a response to the hateful speech, which, according to the company, many of the platforms are to be found on-line.
"We believe that more needs to be done to be a welcoming and inclusive community to be created," according to a Starbucks on the site. The coffee chain says the use of language in conversation with socialemediabedrijven and civil liberty organisations point.
The company will still be able to post messages on the socialemediaccounts, but is not a paid advertisement.
a number of large companies, such as Coca-Cola, Honda, and Levi's ads over the past few days to keep the ads to make a purchase on a social media because of the hate speech. Unilever, stop-specific advertising on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter in the United States of america.
The companies are hoping, with the action of the socialemediabedrijven to force it to be faster and to take steps to limit the spread of the hate-to-go. "It's continue to advertise, add, for now, is not adding value to the community," said Unilever.
Call for boycotts.
now, The boycotts appear to be a response to the call by civil liberty organisations point to be in July, not to advertise on social networking sites.
With the hashtag #StopHateForProfit suggested that companies like Facebook to be nothing to be done for hate speech messages, and misleading information removed. Twitter, they are not specifically mentioned.
Facebook (and Instagram is one of them, say, in a response to billions of dollars to invest to make the platform safe and sound. However, says the company, "that is, there is still much work to be done".