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Google to limit drug ads

By Julio Franco
Dec 1, 2003
  1. Google, the popular search engine, will stop accepting advertising from unlicensed pharmacies that have used the Internet to sell millions of doses of narcotics and prescription drugs without medical supervision, company officials said. Google’s move follows decisions last month by Yahoo and by Microsoft’s MSN site to stop accepting similar advertising.

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