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Ukraine War: Google Stops Ads In Russia

Ukraine War: Google Stops Ads In Russia

Alphabet Inc’s Google has stopped selling online advertising in Russia, a ban that covers search, YouTube, and outside publishing partners. PeoplesGazette reports.

The move by the world’s top seller of online ads by revenue follows similar pauses in Russia by Twitter Inc. and Snap Inc. after Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. Information Guide Nigeria

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“In the light of the extraordinary circumstances, we’re pausing Google ads in Russia,” the company said in a statement. jamb results

“The situation is evolving quickly, and we will continue to share updates when appropriate.”

According to PeoplesGazette, Google had earlier banned Russian state-funded media from buying or selling ads through its technology.

It also had invoked its sensitive events policy, which bars marketing that seeks to take advantage of the war, with an exception for protest or anti-war ads.

Russia’s communications regulator, Roskomnadzor on Monday ordered Google to stop showing ads that contained inaccurate information about casualties sustained by Russian forces and Ukrainian civilians.


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