Google is to change its policy on adverts about abortion following a legal challenge from a Christian pressure group.
It had refused a Christian Institute advert, saying it did not allow the advertising of websites with "abortion and religion-related content".
The institute threatened to use British equality laws to contest the decision.
So now I'm wondering whether Google could generally offer websites choices about which ads they'll accept?
It's been a problem for fat acceptance sites-- the GoogleAds which would naturally show up are for
If google can recognize "abortion and religion-related content", does this mean they can recognize a bunch of orientations for ads so that GoogleAds can be optimized?
Link thanks to dark_christian.