Meta Under Fire for Rejecting Sexual Health Ads

Sexual health organizations routinely get their ads rejected by Meta, a new complaint filed with the FTC claims

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The nonprofit Center for Intimacy Justice filed a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission against Meta, accusing the social giant of systemically rejecting advertisements and information from women’s sexual health brands. These rejections lead to suspended accounts, diluted brand messaging and missed marketing opportunities.

The organization, which filed the complaint in March but is announcing the action today, alleges Meta engages in unfair and deceptive trade practices by purporting to allow women’s sexual health brands to advertise on its platform, but in practice rejecting their ads.



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