More companies have started pulling their ads from Google due to fears that they may appear on content that is unsuitable. In Australia, Vodafone Australia, Nestle, Bunnings, Foxtel and Caltex have become the latest to do so.
Advanced technology, including global connectivity services from US telecommunications giant AT&T, will play a critical part in Australian Daniel Ricciardo’s attempt to win the Australian Grand Prix in Melbourne this weekend in his newly-minted Formula One car with the Red Bull team.
Companies in the US are starting to pull advertising from Google sites, in reaction to the search engine behemoth placing ads on unsavoury UK sites.
Nah mate, not needed. NBN Co has it all under control. ;=)
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