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Two far-right sites, ZeroHedge and The Federalist, will no longer be able to generate revenue from any advertisements served by Google Ads. reports.
A Google spokesperson said in an email that it took action after determining the website violated its policies on content related to race.
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NBC News VC Jun 16
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After publication of this story, Google added that it takes into account all of the content on a website, including comments, to determine if a policy violation has occurred, which is where the policy violations are said to have occurred.
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NBC News VC Jun 16
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And Google says it notified The Federalist on Tuesday of policy violations, and it now has three days to remove the violations before the ban goes into effect.
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@PrincessMcLeia Jun 16
“The Federalist published an article claiming the media had been lying about looting and violence during the protests, which were both included in the report sent to Google.”
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Cabo Jun 16
So they told the truth?
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The Elephant in the Room with Bradley Devlin Jun 16
Replying to @NBC_VC @AMFraserNBC
This might be relevant information...
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Restitutor Orbis, "MSM DID kill itself" Jun 16
"Everyone I don't agree with is 'far right'"
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Albert Steinway Jun 16
Yep pretty much that's their reasoning I believe
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🇺🇸 Survivor of 2020 TP shortage Jun 16
Replying to @NBC_VC @AMFraserNBC
Wow such heroes. Shutting down free speech and all that.
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Scott McEvoy Jun 16
So when does NBC get banned for publishing wrong information and having to retract it? Poor reporting shouldn't be rewarded. Right ?
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