Internet giant facing mounting pressure over continued refusal to accept responsibility for content
Havas' clients in the UK include O2, EDF and Royal Mail
Google summoned by ministers to explain how adverts shown alongside rape apologists, anti-Semites and hate preachers
Advertisements for the UK government appeared alongside videos containing hate speech on YouTube.
The company's virtual assistant appears to be at fault, providing unrelated answers to users' questions
‘You allow David Duke to upload an entire video which is all about malicious and hateful comments about Jewish people’, Google chief is told
In 2016, Google held 75.8% of the search ad market.
The feature is now invisible, or only visible to robots
In popular culture, certain countries are stereotypically associated with certain products — beer in Germany, carpets in Turkey, electronics in Japan.
The lawsuit puts both companies in an awkward position as Google Ventures, another Alphabet subsidiary
The designs coincide with the launch of their new Pixel smartphone ‘Really Blue’
The feature first launched in the US last October, ahead of the Presidential election
Google has also pulled the YouTube star's reality TV series
Numbers were so big that several veteran members didn't need the job security anymore
The update is designed to take the fuss out of making social plans
Google is no longer viewed simply as a search engine market leader, and nor does it want to be