The smart speaker company will also "go dark" on its Facebook and Instagram social accounts next week "in solidarity with those seeking to build a healthier, more consumer-friendly tech ecosystem."
"We think it's important for those involved in creating tech to listen to the voices of those that are impacted by it, including the most marginalized, such as human rights defenders, LGBT people and people of color," a Sonos spokesperson said on Friday. "RightsCon is a forum that enables exactly that type of listening -- and ultimately, action."
Why is Sonos suspending advertising to those platforms for only a week if it's so concerned? Apparently they're too important to its business.
"Despite the flaws of these massive digital networks, we fundamentally believe in the power of technology to bring us together and to create deeper, shared experiences," the company wrote in a blog post. "We have found Facebook, Instagram and other online platforms to be incredibly effective ways to reach our customers and to share our mission as a company -- not to mention stay in touch with friends and family in our personal lives. But there's plenty of room for evolution."
So far the Cambridge Analytica scandal has triggered multiple government investigations, the suspension of Cambridge Analytica CEO Alexander Nix, calls for Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg to testify before Congress and a viral push to delete Facebook.
on Wednesday, admitting his company had made mistakes.