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Google Dumps Illicit Pharmacy Advertisements

Garth Bruen writes: Within the next few weeks Google plans to update its pharmacy policy which will restrict pharmacy advertisements. Once in effect, the updated policy will only allow VIPPS and CIPA certified pharmacies to advertise. Additionally these pharmacies can only target ads within their country.

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rogue pharmacies working in domainsite.com John Dias  –  Oct 23, 2012 11:14 AM PDT

I am sending a copy of this email to LegitScript, because I'm making a complaint and would like to know why your company still insist on keeping such pharmacies working?
ALL DOMAINS IN LIST ARE IN ROGUE LIST OF LEGITSCRIPT....

(www.comprarcitotec-go.com, www.comprarcitotec-sp.com, www.comprarcitotec-es.com, www.comprarcitotec-bh.com, www.comprarcitotec-rj.com, www.comprarcitotec-rs.com, www.comprarcitotec-pr.com, and www.citoteque-aborto-cytotec-citotec-citotek-misoprostol-ru486.com)

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