IGN – 1:54AM, March 10, 2021In 2018, Google removed SafeClick, a feature that let users click on links on websites to view ads.
The move prompted Google to issue a correction, stating that SafeClick wasn’t used by anyone and was no longer supported.
Google then rewrote its SafeClick ad product to remove SafeClick and remove SafeLink from the company’s advertising products.
The company also added the ability for advertisers to track users’ SafeClick activity.
Now, SafeClick is back on the Google Play Store, and it’s no longer being used by any of Google’s ads.
The removal of SafeClick has been a major boon to the ad market, which is worth more than $1 billion a year.
SafeClick enabled Google to get more data on its users, allowing it to track user behavior and improve ad recommendations.
SafeLink, which Google also removed, was still used by many advertisers and was being used to create ads that had higher click-through rates.
However, it has also become a lucrative tool for scam artists who use it to steal money from consumers.
In 2018, SafeLink was used to scam consumers for over $1 million.
SafeKey is another tool used to steal from consumers, but it’s not as lucrative.
It’s unclear if SafeKey will ever return to Google’s ad products.
Google is working on new technology to help the ad industry improve their ads.