Google has been forced to remove a video ad that it deemed to be spam.
The video, entitled “I’m a Man” has been appearing on sites around the world for the last month, and is now being taken down due to complaints from users.
Google says the ad violates its terms of service, which prohibit advertisers from using their ad network to influence the opinions of its users.
However, it says the video is not intended to influence readers of the site or its users, and that it would remove the ad if it became clear the ad was being used for this purpose.
“If we can identify that you are running the ad on your own site, then we will take it down.
We will also remove the video and any other links to it from your site,” a Google spokesperson said in a statement.
In a separate case, Google has now removed an advertisement from a site that was hosted by AjaxBakery, a site offering delicious baked goods.
“It was clearly being used to encourage people to buy their own items, and there was no intent to persuade or persuade anyone to purchase an item,” a spokeswoman for the company said.
According to AJAXBakery’s owner, the ad has been removed after “over a year of being shared and shared more than 50,000 times”.
“We will continue to monitor the situation, and if we find that any of our products have been used to make money for any person or company, we will remove those products from the market,” the bakery’s owner said.
In the past week, Google and other major tech companies have been forced by the internet giant to remove content, including links to fake news and misleading claims about the safety of vaccines.
This week, a number of tech giants, including Facebook, Google, Twitter and Amazon, announced they would remove content that is deemed to contain “harmful or misleading content”.