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Oreo biscuit maker stopped ads on Twitter, explained the reason for hate speech

The micro-blogging site is facing setbacks after the world’s richest man Elon Musk bought Twitter. Oreo biscuit maker Mondelez has also joined companies that have stopped advertising on Twitter. Earlier companies like General Motors and United Airlines had blocked ads on Twitter.

Mondelez’s CEO, Dirk Van de Put in an interview with Reuters Told“We have noticed that hate speech has increased significantly following the major changes to Twitter. We believe this puts our ad at risk of showing the wrong message. This is why we’ve decided to stop advertising.” ” Twitter has not commented on this. The company laid off nearly half of its staff last week. Monetization has been a big problem for Twitter, and Musk is trying to solve it. In this episode, about eight dollars per month for a verified blue tick on Twitter. charge has been announced.

Earlier, the automobile company Stellantis had also informed about the closure of all advertisements on Twitter. Stellantis said it was waiting to see how the platform changes under the new owner of Twitter. “Under the new leadership, we are suspending ads until the situation is clear about the future of Twitter,” said Stellantis, a merger of Fiat Chrysler and PSA.

Volkswagen, a major auto major, said last week that it has asked its brands to stop advertising on the platform after Musk bought Twitter. Twitter’s co-founder and former CEO, Jack Dorsey, has apologized to the staff working and fired after Elon Musk took over the company. He has said that he is to blame for the current situation and he knows that many people are angry with him. Dorsey admits that growing the company too fast was a mistake. He tweeted, “Those who have worked in Twitter before and are working now are strong. They will find a way out no matter how difficult the situation is. I know a lot of people are angry with me. I take responsibility for this situation.

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