Google settled with a UK-based anti-abortion group who had sued them for not allowing them access to advertising for abortion keywords, the Times Online reported. And will now allow anti-abortionist to advertise along with Planned Parenthood and other pro-abortion advertisers.
I checked the UK results and none have yet to start advertising as of yet.
Is this the way to make Google change their edicts? Obviously in the case of advertising where only one side gets to play stacks the deck and offers the opposition a chance to challenge. Let's see what other areas use this method to change some of Google's restrictions.
As an aside, I would love to know how much money Google has put aside to deal with their never-ending legal issues. Wonder when United Airlines will weigh in with their law suit following the stock price drop last week?
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