Business Google used ads to make millions from vulnerable addicts seeking treatment – Fast Company


The search giant profited by up to £200 (about $270 USD) every time an addict clicked on an advertised link for supposedly “free” addiction helplines in the U.K., reports the Times. But these “free” helpline websites are most often just fronts for referral services who suggest patients then go to …

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