Google search ads spotted in compromising placements

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Research delving into a less visible component of Google’s search ads business — a network of third party sites called Google Search Partners (also known as the GSP network or SPN) — has documented scores of instances of Google search ads being served on non-Google websites that the media buyers paying for the marketing campaigns […]

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Research delving into a less visible component of Google’s search ads business — a network of third party sites called Google Search Partners (also known as the GSP network or SPN) — has documented scores of instances of Google search ads being served on non-Google websites that the media buyers paying for the marketing campaigns
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Research delving into a less visible component of Google’s search ads business — a network of third party sites called Google Search Partners (also known as the GSP network or SPN) — has documented scores of instances of Google search ads being served on non-Google websites that the media buyers paying for the marketing campaigns […]

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Research delving into a less visible component of Google’s search ads business — a network of third party sites called Google Search Partners (also known as the GSP network or SPN) — has documented scores of instances of Google search ads being served on non-Google websites that the media buyers paying for the marketing campaigns
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