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Google offers new safeguards for advertisers

Tuesday 21 March 2017 | 10:17 CET | News
Google has apologised to advertisers at its platforms after a number of major UK companies pulled their business due to ads appearing alongside extremist political views. The company said it will be taking a more active approach to removing hateful, offensive and derogatory content and introduced new tools for customers to help ensure their ads appear alongside content in line with their values.

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Companies: Google / YouTube
Countries: World
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