Google Blocks 5.5bn Adverts, Suspends 12.7m Accounts

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Google has recently taken action against numerous advertisements and accounts for violating policies, leading to the blocking of more than 5.5 billion ads and the suspension of 12.7 million accounts.

In a statement issued on Wednesday, the company emphasized its dedication to upholding a secure and reliable digital advertising environment.

It stressed the significance of delivering accurate and dependable information to billions of global users, highlighting the relentless work of numerous employees committed to safeguarding this environment.

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The statement also disclosed that Google had eliminated ads from over 2.1 billion pages as part of its continuous efforts to combat fraud and scams on various online platforms.

It acknowledged the challenges posed by malicious actors who continuously adapt their strategies to exploit digital advertising for harmful purposes.

In order to effectively address these threats, Google has introduced prompt policy updates, deployed rapid-response enforcement teams, and implemented various other measures to counter evolving tactics used by bad actors.

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The annual Ads Safety Report is a testament to Google’s commitment to transparency and accountability to uphold the integrity of the ad-supported internet and protect users and businesses from harmful practices.

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