Google is penalized $500M in drug-advertising investigation

08/24/2011 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Google will pay $500 million in forfeiture after admitting that it allowed ads from Canadian online pharmacies that illegally sold prescription drugs to Americans, according to the Justice Department. "This settlement ensures that Google will reform its improper advertising practices with regard to these pharmacies while paying one of the largest financial forfeiture penalties in history," said Deputy Attorney General James Cole.

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