Google says ads should stop being displayed in video ads
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Google has been under fire for the past few months for its ad policies, and it is now facing another round of criticism over the video ads it uses to display the ads.
In an update on Thursday, Google said that it will stop displaying video ads on mobile devices, though it will still display ads in some other forms, such as “other forms of content, including video, in search results and in other Google search results.”
This move comes as Google has come under fire in recent months for not being transparent about how it works with advertisers, and for a lack of transparency around how ads are presented to users.
The move comes on the heels of a report by The Verge that Google is being investigated for potentially violating federal antitrust laws by using deceptive tactics to sell ads on its search engine.
Google has said that its search results are designed to be as competitive as possible, and that its ad policy is aimed at giving users a better experience on its platform.
Google has been under fire for the past few months for its ad policies, and it is now facing another…
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