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Google said it would change its policy in August to limit advertisements for spyware and malware that can be used to track a user’s texts, phone calls, or browsing history. The updated policy, which is expected to take effect worldwide on August 11, does not allow advertisers to promote products that are marketed for the purpose of tracking user activity without their consent, according to a message on the Alphabet Inc company website. . (https://bit.ly/3gOrft0)
The company also urged users to review this policy, warning that entities violating these updated guidelines may be suspended.