High-profile Philadelphia personal injury firm Kline & Specter has joined hundreds of companies that have decided to halt advertising on Facebook, due to concerns about the social media platform’s publication of hate speech and misinformation.

Kline & Specter says the firm does not want to support Facebook financially, and was also “impressed” by other large companies pausing their Facebook advertising—though the firm said it made its decision independently of those companies.

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