Tuesday, April 29, 2014

Google Bans Pro-life Ads, as Abortionists Demand

The Internet giant Google has acted as judge, jury, and executioner (literally) in the case of NARAL (National Abortion Rights Action League) accusing crisis pregnancy centers of false advertising.  NARAL has even criticized a pro-life counselor for declaring that God exists.  Google agreed that anyone searching for abortion clinics shouldn't be presented with a list of pro-lifers.
"Google is waging a war on women by limiting knowledge of the options and services available to women."
-- Carol Tobias, President, National Right to Life Committee
For background, read how Christians are also censored at colleges and universities, and even children of all ages are censored by public schools.

However, when Christians confidently raise their voices, the unborn children CAN be saved (click headlines below):

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Also read how states are cracking down on the murderous abortionists.

-- From "Google removes “deceptive” pregnancy center ads" by Hayley Tsukayama, Washington Post 4/28/14

According to the advocacy group [NARAL], which presented its findings to Google after monitoring the ads, the crisis pregnancy centers intentionally used false and misleading language on ads that appeared when users searched for "abortion clinic."

Google policy states that advertisements must be "factually supportable," as well as truthful and accurate. Advertisers who do not comply with Google policies may see their ads rejected or their domains disabled or accounts suspended.

Google said in a statement that it had applied its ad policy standards in this case and followed normal company procedures. . . . "If we find violations, we'll take the appropriate actions — including account disablings and blacklists — as quickly as possible."

[Google] has taken a guarded approach to blocking content from its search pages. In this case, however, NARAL was able to demonstrate that the ads directly violated Google's own policies, [NARAL President Ilyse] Hogue said.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "Google removes advertisements for 'crisis pregnancy centers'" by Julian Hattem, The Hill 4/28/14

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

According to NARAL, people using Google to search for “abortion clinics” got ads advertising the crisis centers about 79 percent of the time.

NARAL logged a series of complaints with Google about ads that it claimed were deceptive, and spent the last month urging the company to take action. According to NARAL, more than two-thirds of the ads it passed along to Google were removed.

Among those were ads linked to groups that, NARAL said, openly acknowledge their intent to urge people not to have abortions.

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

From "NARAL victory? Crisis pregnancy centers face ‘blacklists’ from Google over ‘deceptive’ ads" by Ben Johnson, LifeSiteNews.com 4/28/14

NARAL has targeted CPCs, which offer women an alternative to abortion, for some time. Last summer, NARAL Pro-Choice Virginia received saturation media coverage of its “undercover” videotape of “lies that a woman hears when she goes to a CPC” (crisis pregnancy center). Critics say that list contains zero falsehoods.

One of the “lies” NARAL highlighted was a counselor's words that there is a God, and, “You will face that child again one day. At the end of the world, you're going to know that was my child that I chose to kill.” Hogue went on MSNBC to call the comment “unthinkable.”

To read the entire article above, CLICK HERE.

Also read Planned Parenthood President Asks, Who Cares When Life Begins?