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Google discovers Russian-purchased ads on YouTube, DoubleClick, Gmail

Google has uncovered evidence of Russian-bought ads on its platforms. People familiar with the matter told the Washington Post about it. The company found Russian agents spent tens of thousands of dollars on ads. The ads supported Donald Trump, Bernie Sanders and Jill Stein. Other ads appear to promote anti-immigrant sentiment and racial animosity. Google is still investigating.

Title | Google discovers Russian-purchased ads on YouTube, DoubleClick, Gmail
Time | 45
By Business News

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