04 Oct 2013 Should you stop advertising on Facebook?
HOW THE BOYCOTT BEGAN
But all hell broke loose when Trump posted ‘when the looting starts, the shooting starts’, an incendiary comment which appears to given the ongoing Black Lives Matter movement—an activist group which has taken to the streets to protest for the rights of blacks against the backdrop of racially motivated police brutality. In (non) response, Facebook took a hands-off approach and left his controversial post up. For most, this was not a matter of political incorrectness, but the violation of human rights. Sportswear conglomerate Adidas has released a firm statement: “Racist, discriminatory, and hateful online content have no place in our brand or in society. As we focus on better practices within our company and communities to ensure lasting change in the fight against racism, Adidas and Reebok will also pause advertising on Facebook…”. Should YOU then stop advertising on platforms that have made controversial decisions and by extension, exposes its questionable values?
JUMPING ON THE ‘CANCEL CULTURE’ BANDWAGON… BUT AT WHAT COST?
WHAT YOU SHOULD CONSIDER AS A MARKETER
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Ong Hui Wen
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