Google removes ads for ‘crisis pregnancy centers’

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April 29, 2014

Bowing to pressure from abortion-rights groups, Google is removing advertisements from its site for “crisis pregnancy centers” that discourage people from having abortions.

NARAL Pro-Choice America had pushed for Google to take down the ads, arguing they violated the Web giant’s advertising policy.

“Anyone looking for abortion services should be able to depend on their search engine to provide them with accurate resources,” NARAL President Ilyse Hogue said in a statement. “Anything less is aiding and abetting ideologically driven groups with a calculated campaign to lie to and shame women making one of the most important decisions of our lives.”

National Right to Life Committee President Carol Tobias, though, said that the resource centers are used by many pregnant women who would be hurt by Google’s action.

“Google is waging a war on women by limiting knowledge of the options and services available to women,” she said in an email to The Hill. “Google’s decision to refuse ads by the centers is unconscionable.”

  • jdbixii

    With liberalism, where stupidity and wrong choices are options, consequences have to be the logical effect of causality. Don’t you wish they were as consistent with other laws as they are with illegitimate conception and death?

  • David in MA

    A form of censorship, google, I hope you go bust!

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