Google changes policy after complaints about pro-life pregnancy center ads

By The Christian Post

An exterior view of Google's headquarters, also known as Googleplex, in Mountain View, California, US as taken on Apr. 13, 2014. | Wikimedia Commons/Noah_Loverbear

Internet giant Google has initiated a new policy requiring pro-life pregnancy centers and abortion clinics to get “clearance” before they can advertise through the search engine.

Health clinics and organizations that want to run ads through Google using keywords relating to abortion in the United States and the United Kingdom now must first be “certified” by the left-leaning tech giant “as an advertiser that either provides abortions or does not provide abortions.”

“If you are not certified, you won’t be able to run ads using keywords related to getting an abortion,” the company said in an announcement of its new policy.

Source:The Christian Post