Aviva suspends Facebook ads amid hate speech row

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Aviva confirmed that it has pulled advertising from Facebook as a campaign calling on firms to suspend advertising with the tech giant grows.

A spokesperson for the provider said: “We regularly review which social media platforms we use and have taken this moment to pause and reassess Aviva’s use of Facebook for advertising in the UK.”

The BBC reported that the insurer joined InterContinental Hotels in suspending its advertising. 

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The move comes as a number of large advertisers

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