Took down one million bad accounts, twice as many bad advertiser accounts in 2017.
In total, the search giant took down 2.3 billion ads that violated its advertising policies previous year.
So in a bid to fight ad fraud, malware, phishing ads, and fake sites, Google has not only tightened its policies and rules, but has also killed millions of "bad ads" every day.
Google saysit also plans to expand on the new policy manager by adding features to it which give advertisers recommendations for fixing ads, history of their appeals and more.
"At Google, we take our responsibility to help create a healthy and sustainable advertising ecosystem that works for everyone, seriously".
Italy police fool thieves with Brueghel masterpiece copy
The surveillance footage of the raid is now being carefully studied and investigators are chasing down those responsible. That morning, the town mayor Daniele Montebello told press that the theft was "a hard blow for our community".
"We, at Google, have been working towards protecting the users, advertisers and publishers by investing significant technological resources", Scott Spencer, Director of Sustainable Ads, Google, said in a statement.
Last year, Google undertook multiple steps to tackle misleading ads on its platform. Nearly a million of these accounts were banned in the a year ago.
This includes almost "207,000 ads for ticket resellers, over 531,000 ads for bail bonds and approximately 58.8 million phishing ads".
Second, Google went after the bad actors behind numerous bad ads and not just the ads themselves. However, the ad giant said the number of advertiser accounts it terminated last year almost doubled from the previous year to almost one million.
Apart from being the preferred search engine for the billions of internet users, Google has also emerged as the home for online advertising, over the years. It said it verified almost 143,000 election ads in the U.S. The real challenge going forward, judging by Google's updated policies, is keeping up with the evolving ways of these malicious actors. The company took down ads from around 1.2 million pages, 22,000 apps, and 15,000 sites for violating policies related to misinformation and hateful or low quality content. "We removed ads from nearly 74,000 pages for violating our "dangerous or derogatory" content policy, and took down approximately 190,000 ads for violating this policy".
An analogy would be giving the pool table such a perfectly calculated kick that the balls roll back into an orderly pyramid. However, the researchers believe this error rate isn't insurmountable, they just need more sophisticated hardware.
With so many utterly hopeless Android anti-malware apps, AV-Comparatives recommends you stick to the well-known brands. A seperate group of 32 apps were later pulled from the Google Play Store during the testing process.
And now our watch begins: HBO has finally released the run times and air dates for the final six " Game of Thrones " episodes. But now HBO has confirmed a small - yet significant - new detail: just how long the final season is actually going to be.
Ninja built a huge following playing Fortnite , that other little free-to-play battle shooter that you might have heard of. Blevins isn't the only famous Twitch streamer Electronic Arts is said to have approached leading up to the product launch.
Idai is expected to produce about triple the amount of rain that fell during the devastating October 2018 Gauteng storms. It may possibly also affect far eastern Zimbabwe, but would be too far north to affect South Africa.
The New York Post reported that Cali had increased the Gambino family's involvement in drug trafficking, particularly in opioids. Cali was believed to have been elevated to the position of acting boss in 2015, taking over from Domenico "Greaseball" Cefalu.
Next week, MPs will be asked to vote again on Theresa May's deal, which they've already rejected overwhelmingly twice. Lidington said the delay could end up being more than a year, if no deal is agreed in the next few days.
Andrew Freeman, director of the Cardiovascular Prevention and Wellness program at National Jewish Health hospital in Denver. The sunny-side down news comes from Northwestern University researchers, who analyzed 30,000 USA adults over three decades.
‘Ordinary white man?’ Picture of New Zealand accused emerges
Worshipper Syed Mazharuddin, who lost two of his friends in the attack, said: "This guy came through the main entrance door". Facebook said it had deleted the gunman's accounts "shortly after the livestream commenced" after being alerted by police.
United Nations seeks Sh4bn as cyclone hits southern Africa
Cyclone Idai battered Mozambican coastal city Beira on Friday, jeopardising the lives of almost half a million people. Many houses have been damaged and bridges washed away in parts of the Manicaland province which borders Mozambique.
Sports Direct offers £150m loan to bail out Debenhams
Sports Direct said the retailer's January trading update was "at best impossibly optimistic or at worst deliberately misleading". Debenhams has said it will "give careful consideration" to Mike Ashley's Sports Direct offer of a £150m loan.
Derry awaits decision on 1972 killings — Bloody Sunday
As with all military witnesses at the Saville Inquiry, the former paratrooper was granted anonymity as he gave evidence. UK Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson confirmed the government would support Soldier F and pay his legal costs.
Vols will have their hands full with Mississippi State
That's back-to-back games where we had 22, our previous game against Texas A&M, our last game of the year, then 17 today. You can't win at this level and in this league with the type of teams we're playing against if you're not at your best.