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GAP, campaigners call on tech firms to end targeted ads at children

Friday 18 September 2020 | 11:14 CET | News
The Global Action Plan (GAP) charity has forced with privacy campaigners, clinicians, academics, lawyers, children's rights advocates and environment groups to issue a joint letter demanding that Google and other leading technology companies turn off targeted advertising to children.

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Companies: Google / YouTube
Countries: United Kingdom
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