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The UK's biggest brands blacklisted Google because their ads might appear next to terrorist content

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The UK's biggest brands blacklisted Google because their ads might appear next to terrorist contentMarks & Spencer, McDonald's UK, and Lloyds are among the many brands which have now stopped advertising on any Google-owned sites, because of the risk their ads might show up next to terrorist content, according to Sky News.

They are all citing "brand safety" as the reason, which refers to the procedures involved in making...
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