Miss. to seek information from Google about drug ads

07/25/2014 | Bloomberg Businessweek

Mississippi Attorney General Jim Hood says he isn't satisfied with what Google does to screen illegal drug ads and videos for counterfeit goods. The state plans to ask Google for information about its ad-placement practices and how it screens ads and videos. Google spokeswoman Niki Christoff wrote in an e-mail, "We take the safety of our users very seriously and we've explained to Attorney General Hood how we enforce policies to combat rogue online pharmacies and counterfeit drugs."

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