Google has informed a Christian publisher it won't run some of their ads
April 30, 2018
Concordia Publishing House wanted to run what are called "remarketing ads" – ads that reach out to individuals who have visited a business' webpage. Google told Concordia that remarketing ads based on religious beliefs are not allowed – but if the Christian publisher would remove all references to the Bible and Jesus, they'd be happy to run the ads.
Read more at: https://onenewsnow.com/science-tech/2018/04/27/advice-dont-google-anymore
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