In case you haven’t heard, Craigslist is the biggest marketplace for online ads in the world, but the company has recently come under fire for violating federal anti-discrimination law.
The agency has come under intense scrutiny because of the ads that are being posted on its site.
Some of the posts are critical of President Donald Trump, and some of them are blatantly offensive.
The ads have been targeted by the Justice Department.
In an internal memo, the agency’s Civil Rights Division found that Craigslist violated federal anti.discrimination laws when it removed the ads because of their racial content.
It said that Craigslist’s decision to remove the ads violated the Fair Housing Act, the Civil Rights Act, and the California Civil Rights Code.
The DOJ has also criticized Craigslist for violating Title VII of the Civil Liberties Act of 1964, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex, race, color, religion, and national origin.
The Justice Department also said Craigslist was violating the Civil Right Act, which bans racial discrimination in employment and public accommodations.
It also cited Craigslist’s actions as violating the Federal Housing Act.
In response, Craigslist has stepped up its efforts to fight discrimination, with a new advertising campaign, called “Arkansas, the Land of Opportunity.”
The ads include ads from people who have lived in the state for a long time and describe what the company is like.
It says the ads are aimed at making people feel like they belong.
“The ads are meant to provide a sense of belonging, and help people realize how close they are to others,” a Craigslist spokesperson told ABC News.
Craigslist is also working to get the ads removed from its site, according to the spokesperson.
But the ads aren’t the only thing Craigslist is looking to clean up.
The company recently announced that it will expand its anti-bullying efforts.
The social network is looking for people to post anti-harassment, hate crime, and discrimination-related messages on its platform.
Craigslist will also hire a human resources representative to work on “the overall process for removing these inappropriate posts.”