Google to block advertisers with sexually explicit content

Google this month announced an update Google Ads sexually explicit content policy.

Google this month announced an update Google Ads sexually explicit content policy. Starting in December, advertisers with sexually explicit content will not be allowed to advertise with Google.

Google says if it finds violations of this policy, it will suspend the ads accounts upon detection and without prior warning.

Google states that the advertisers will not be allowed to advertise again with Google.

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