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Google prohibits end of this month pornographic ads in AdWords
Google does not allow ads from the coming weeks with pornographic material in AdWords. It’s in an email that the Internet company sent to its advertisers. The ban follows earlier after Google changed the terms of the advertising program.
Google Adwords In the email, which Morality in Media features , Google let advertisers know that the company no longer allowing pornographic links. “Google and approves all ads for sites that violate our amended terms,” so there. The company asks advertisers to the “necessary changes” to the ads and sites to implement what actually comes down to the need to delete to further use. AdWords pornographic material
Google applied the terms of AdWords in March for users in all countries where it operates. It is able to be banned. Since the end of this month include advertisements for sexual services and sexual acts with minors explicitly The search giant also suggested new guidelines to “continually improve the user experience for AdWords.
Google has been performing longer against pornographic material in his services. So prohibits , among other pornographic blogs on his blog platform Blogger and repels the apps with erotic content from the Play Store. Also has Google filter tightened in the image search in the United States, allowing users to see at relatively innocuous terms. less pornographic images
Besides Google also thought Netherlands after a stricter policy against Internet pornography, after previously such a blockade in Britain were introduced. The Dutch government had ended last year know internet porn do not want to block, because filtering would not be effective. In addition, Google’s policy would any child pornography in search results to go well enough.Viewing:-187
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