Google apologizes for ads next to extremist videos
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The European ceo of Google has apologized for the fact that the advertisements of the British government and of large companies came in addition to extremist YouTube videos.
At a conference in London said Matt Brittin of Google on Monday that the company needs to do more to the placement of advertisements in haatzaaiing to avoid, writes The Guardian.
When prompted, wanted Brittin’t say whether or not Google only continues to rely on reports from users to unwanted material to detect, or that the company itself want to undertake to proactively detect.
The British government and several large British companies already have their ads pulled from Google, after controversy arose about the placement in videos of right-wing extremists and haatpredikers. Directors of Google are called for later this week to answer to the British government.
According to experts, previously with The Guardian talked have the on extremists at least 250,000 pounds (290.000 euros) earned from the ads.