Has anyone else got Google ads from some place called Peeplo.com on their hubs? I've got something offering 'spicy vids' related to Child Services?
Is it just me or does that sound like paedophilia to anyone else? WTH? Is there any way to complain or ask for an explanation, from Google or someone?
You can contact google in many ways by looking for "contact us". Even if it not the ideal department they can either forward the question or give you information on how to get something like this resolved.
Google seems to be pretty good at weeding out unethical or fake content. I do not know of the specific site you were asking about, but if it what you suspect than I doubt it will remain as a google sponsored add (it may have already been removed).
I would love any update or information you gather on this topic. The more people who know how, and bother to monitor and give feedback on ads will only improve the safety and content (for others and yourself).
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