Google apologises to ad clients for YouTube content fiasco

Newswire

By Esha Vaish and Kate Holton March 20 (Reuters) - Google apologised on Monday for allowing ads to appear alongside offensive videos on YouTube as more high-profile firms such as Mark's & Spencer and HSBC pulled advertising for British markets from Google sites. The British government has suspended its advertising on YouTube after some public sector ads appeared next to videos carrying homophobic and anti-semitic messages, prompting a flood of major ...

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