Marks and Spencer pulls online ads from Google over extremist video fears UK-based retail chain Marks and Spencer became the latest firm to pull its online advertising from Google platforms over fears it is appearing next to extremist... BGR India 1 week ago - Technology
US companies start to pull ads from Google and YouTube over extremist content controversy Last week saw the start of a backlash against Google after advertisers voiced concern that their ads were appearing next to extremist content. The Guardian, the... betanews 6 days ago - Technology
GSK, AT&T and Verizon join advertising boycott on Google over extremist content GlaxoSmithKline plc (LON:GSK), Verizon Communications Inc (NYSE:VZ), AT&T Inc (NYSE:T) and Johnson & Johnson (NYSE:JNJ) have become the latest companies to pull... Proactive Investors 6 days ago - Business Are brands overreacting by pulling ads from YouTube over extremist content? *Daniel Gilbert, founder of Brainlabs, says Yes.*
Yes, it’s completely and utterly bonkers.
For a start, there’s nothing new here. Google’s platforms... City A.M. 5 days ago - Business
YouTube advertiser exodus highlights perils of online ads When Google bought YouTube in 2006 for $1.65 billion, it was considered a pricey gamble, made with the belief that an online service known for pirated videos and... SFGate 5 days ago - Business AT&T, Verizon Pulling Ads From YouTube Over Extremist Content AT&T and Verizon are pulling their ads from YouTube, saying Google's algorithmic ad-placement software could put their ads on extremist websites or next to... Newsmax 6 days ago - US
Advertisers Pull Ads From YouTube Over Extremist Content Advertisers such as AT&T and Verizon are moving to pull their ads from YouTube, saying Google's algorithmic ad-placement software could put their ads on... Newsmax 6 days ago - US Google boycott could see the end of automated ad placement Google has seen global companies withdraw ads fearing placement alongside extremist content. Analysts said brands could abandon firms using automated ads. MailOnline 5 days ago - Science