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GOOGLE SAYS “NO” TO ADS RELATED TO CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC CONSPIRACY THEORIES

Published On 20 Jul 2020 05:37 PM


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  • Controversial theories about Covid19 will no more be allowed to be advertised in Google
  • The policy to curb such ads is directed towards regulating content 

Google has said to “no” to entertaining conspiracy theories, especially the ones revolving around the current pandemic of coronavirus. Conspiracy theories have their own fan base and these theories drive a lot of co....


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