Google boss apology as M&S suspend advertising over hate videos


The European boss of Google has apologised for online adverts appearing next to extremist material as big firms, including M&S, pull ads from the internet giant. Matt Brittin, head of the company for Europe, the Middle East and Africa, said: "We are sorry to anybody that's been affected." He made the comments at an industry conference after a number of well-known UK brands suspended advertising over concerns centred on content appearing on Google's YouTube platform.

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