Verizon, AT&T and J&J Are the Latest to Pull Ads From YouTube Over Extremist Videos

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Two of America’s largest advertisers have abruptly pulled all advertising from YouTube amid a growing international controversy concerning extremist content on the Google-owned video platform. This content includes videos promoting terrorist groups like ISIS.

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