By Sam Dean of The Telegraph
Google has publicly apologised after the growing scandal over extremist videos on YouTube led to a series of companies pulling their adverts from the internet giant.
The company has been accused of “profiting from hatred” following concerns that adverts are appearing alongside extremist material on its YouTube platform.
Marks & Spencer yesterday became the latest company to withdraw its adverts from Google, following in the footsteps of the likes of McDonald’s, L’Oreal and the BBC.
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