24 Sep '13, 4pm

Is Google fueling the illegal ivory trade?

Is Google fueling the illegal ivory trade?

Despite Google’s official policy of against selling products made from endangered animals, many ivory items still pop up from their associated retailers around the world. These retailers sneak through to Google customers due to lenient enforcement by Google policies, which make illegal ivory available to virtually anyone who knows how to search for it, or pop up as Google ads.

Full article: http://www.ecouterre.com/online-petition-claims-google-is...

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