Google has completely stopped selling ads in Russia

Google announced that it has stopped selling ads in Russia due to Russia’s continued attack on Ukraine.

YouTube, the world’s largest video platform owned by Google, recently closed the state-supported  Sputnik YouTube channels in Russia to access across Europe.

Google, which previously imposed sanctions on Russia and prevented many Russian channels, including Russian Today (RT), from generating revenue, dealt another blow to Russia’s internet sector.

ALL ADVERTISEMENTS STOPPED

Google announced that it has stopped selling ads in Russia due to Russia’s continued attack on Ukraine.

Google spokesperson Michael Aciman said: “In light of the extraordinary circumstances, we are pausing Google ads in Russia. We will continue to share updates.” said.

With this move, no Google ads will be displayed on Russian websites and YouTube, and the income of advertisers will be blocked.

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