Adidas, Reebok, HP and Ford join Facebook boycott

Several large companies, including Adidas, Reebok, and Ford, join the Facebook boycott, refusing to advertise on the social network.

According to CNBC, Adidas and Reebok suspended the placement of advertising content on Facebook and Instagram. Ford will not advertise in the next 30 days and reevaluate its presence on the social network.

HP (Hewlett-Packard) has announced that it will suspend ads until “more reliable” security measures appear on the platform. Clorox, a network of Denny’s, Edgewell Personal Care, and Conagra restaurants, joined the company’s boycott.

It was previously reported that Starbucks and Coca-Cola suspended advertising campaigns on Facebook in protest against social media policies.

Facebook has been criticized for promoting violence and racism in publications. Large human rights organizations refused to cooperate with the social network.