ChrisABP wrote:On a separate note, when approving Acceptable Ads our team must stick to the objective & tangible criteria: Separation, labeling, size etc. It's not feasible to judge Acceptable Ads by their "spirit" on the large scale we have. While you, for good personal reasons, dislike Taboola widgets on some websites, there are many other whitelist users who regard those as acceptable and even useful.
sourcejedi wrote:I'm sure you're quite capable of judging whether ads are being included for several years, which lookup the IP address, and crowbar the resulting $CITY into their fake headline, linking to an article where $CITY is a URL parameter, doesn't mention $CITY at all, and makes no mention of the event claimed in the fake headline.
https://www.dropbox.com/s/p8rh7k5hdb1el ... 6.png?dl=0
https://www.dropbox.com/s/sd9nrirqey466 ... 7.png?dl=0
If you choose not to, that only reflects on your own standards.
The Taboola unit on Breitbart.com is abusing the acceptable ads guidelines. It's massive and is a 6x3 scrollable unit. How on earth is that allowed? Is it because they are paying you off?
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