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Government ‘read the Riot Act’ to the firm, which is ‘still not keeping promise’ to tackle far-right videos on YouTube

Google’s public apology over placing advertising next to extremist material only came after it was “read the Riot Act” at a Whitehall summit last Friday, it has emerged.

Google bosses are expected to meet Cabinet Office ministers again later this week, setting out further action to strengthen their advertising policies and ensure government ads do not appear next to YouTube videos featuring US white supremacists or banned Islamist hate preachers.

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