Google Ads has been able to generate hundreds of millions of dollars worth of advertising revenue using Google’s own scripts.
The Google Adword tool, however, has been making headlines lately, thanks to a recent incident involving the exploits of two Google employees.
Ads generated using the Google AdWords tool have included malicious code, which Google has been investigating.
But Google has made it clear that they are not responsible for the ad revenue generated by their script, which can be purchased for hundreds of dollars on the Google Ads marketplace.
The company’s official statement said that it was an issue with Google’s AdWords platform, and that it would investigate the issue and fix it as soon as possible.
Ads created using the tool have been shared on the internet, with many people sharing their exploits.
Google has not commented on the matter at this time.
According to the Google News article, the two Google staffers were involved in a similar incident when they created a similar script.
They shared the script with a coworker, and the coworker then used the script to create the malicious ads.
According to Google, the employees who created the ad were both paid employees.
The company has yet to comment on the incident.
Posted on June 22, 2017, 11:59:21By Justin O’Sullivan