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Google eliminated 3.2 billion "bad ads" from its advertising network during 2017, an increase from the 1.7 billion taken down in 2016, the company reports. The company also blocked 320,000 publishers to "remove the economic incentives for sites to create and spread deceptive content online" and banned 700,000 mobile apps and almost 90,000 websites.

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