YouTube bans using word 'Christian' in targeted ads
July 29, 2019
The founder of a Christian war veteran recovery programme had his ad rejected from YouTube for using the keyword 'Christian'.
Chad Robichaux, founder of the Mighty Oaks Foundation - a charity providing support and discipleship to those suffering from wartime trauma, was told he could not use the label 'Christian' to boost his advert on the Google owned platform as it violated the site's advertising policy.
Read more at: https://www.premier.org.uk/News/World/YouTube-bans-using-word-Christian-in-targeted-ads
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