Google removes porn ads and ads to many sexually exploitive websites

June 12, 2014
DD_Google thank you google

DD_Google thank you google
In case you missed it, Google announced that they will no longer allow pornographic ads and ads to link to sexually explicit websites. This came on the heel of an earlier victory. They also kicked out all sexually explicit ads from Google Play last month.

Morality In Media has listed Google on the Dirty Dozen List for the last 2 years because of their profit from pornography. Some of the DC Group members came with us to a meeting last month with Google leaders. It was a productive meeting, in which they said there was room for compromise. We are very happy with these changes! 

Austin Ruse wrote this article on it that you can share: http://www.breitbart.com/Big-Journalism/2014/06/06/Breaking-Google-Out-of-Porn-Biz

ACTION: We invite your organizations to collect thank you signatures for Google. You can use ours, or feel free start your own.

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