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Starbucks and Pepsi join 160 firms boycotting Facebook over ‘failure to stop hate speech’ after shares plunge $56billion – The Sun

Monday, 29 June 2020
STARBUCKS and PepsiCo have joined the growing list of over 100 corporations to boycott Facebook over ‘failure to stop hate speech’. The growing movement to weaken the social media giant…
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