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Christian Group Morality In Media Commends Google For Banning Explicit Ads


Image 1A group, Morality in Media has commended Google for iots recent policy removing explicit materials from its advertising network across the search engine and other sites.

Google Inc. formally informed its advertising partners this week that any ads peddling adult entertainment will not appear on its advertising networks, according to Daily Tech.

Google has also posted a set of guidelines on what advertisers cannot promote, which includes “graphic depictions of sexual acts; content with underage or non-consensual sexual themes, including child sexual abuse content; and services that may be interpreted as providing sexual acts in exchange for compensation.”

Google added, “We don’t allow this content regardless of whether it meets applicable legal restrictions around this kind of content.”

In May, Morality in Media had “a productive meeting with GOOGLE about how they can help protect individuals, families and children from exploitation.” Hysen Sisco from the group’s Porn Harms section says, “Today, we are seeing the fruits of that meeting.”

– ChristianPost


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