Microsoft stopped its advertising on the social media platforms in the U.S. last month, and then expanded the suspension globally, Axios first reported, citing an internal chat transcript. Based on concerns we had back in May, we suspended all media spending on Facebook Instagram in the U.S., and weve subsequently suspended all spending on Facebook Instagram worldwide, wrote Chris Capossela, Microsofts chief marketing officer, in a Yammer post. Capossela, however, also said that Microsoft has...

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