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Et Tu, Google?

I got a call from a salesman at Google the other week, trying to get me to run Google ads at my site. Well, until this gets fixed, don't count on it.

Posted by Rand Simberg at March 22, 2005 02:04 PM
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What does that have to do with Google Ads? They don't channel news bits through the ads.

You have the ability to screen out certain ads too to ensure you don't display things you object to like offensive material or competitor's information.

Posted by Alfred Differ at March 22, 2005 05:40 PM

Google gets revenue from Google ads. I'm not inclined to provide them any from my site until they fix this. What's your problem?

Posted by Rand Simberg at March 22, 2005 06:05 PM

No problem. It's your site. I just thought you were connecting the two in a way that suggested false news bits would wind up in their ads.

Your explanation suggests you are idealogically opposed to the way they collect and publish news instead. I won't quibble on that. You are most certainly within your rights to object.

Posted by Alfred Differ at March 23, 2005 01:30 AM

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