U.S. healthcare conglomerate Johnson & Johnson became the latest company to suspend all digital advertising on Google’s YouTube, over concerns that its ads may have appeared on channels that broadcast offensive videos.
Wireless carriers Verizon (VZ) and AT&T (T) said on Wednesday they would suspend digital ads on YouTube, joining a list of well-known British brands such as retailer Marks and Spencer deserting Alphabet’s Google.
Control over online ad placement has become a hot button for advertisers, with social networks and news aggregators coming under fire during and after the U.S. presidential election for spreading so-called fake news reports.
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Advertisers have also sought to avoid having their brands appear beside content that they categorize as hate speech.
J&J said on Thursday it wanted to ensure that its product advertising did not appear on channels that promote “offensive content.”
YouTube has been a key driver of growth for Google as its traditional business of search advertising matures. Google’s net ad revenue worldwide from YouTube was $5.58 billion last year, according to New York-based research firm eMarketer.
YouTube was not immediately available for comment.