One Goggle search to narrow
At least in some countries, Google is respecting a presumption for life.
Search engine giant Google is apparently disallowing
advertisements for abortion businesses in several nations, some of
which prohibit abortions and some of which don’t.
The rational[e] behind the Google decision remained unclear, which abortion advocates are blasting, LifeNews reports.
This is an amazing victory for those who constantly contend with abortion forces, peddling the easy option to end life.
While ads for abortion are allowed in many nations, such
as the United States, Google appears to have banned them in countries
such as Brazil, France, Mexico, Poland, and Taiwan.
What led to this decision?
“Last September, we reviewed our abortion ads policy in
order to make sure it was fair, up to date and consistent with local
customs and practices,” the staffer told Adelman. “We decided to
disallow ads for abortion services, such as abortion clinics, in the
following markets: Germany, Poland, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Singapore,
Malaysia, Philippines, Indonesia, Argentina, Brazil, Mexico, Peru,
France, Italy and Spain.”
Imagine the power of banning such ads for ending preborn human lives in the United States.
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