Google is under fire for a new ad campaign that appears to be all about making advertising revenue more challenging.
The ad, which is running in several European markets and some American markets, shows the Google Maps ad company in a Google-themed photo.
It shows Google Maps showing a house in New York City, with the word “Fake” in a circle above a Google logo.
Google’s “Google” logo appears in the middle.
As Google Maps is shown, a Google ad agency says “google” twice over the word.
“Fake” appears above a map of a house with the words “Google”.
In other words, the ad says, Google Maps shows the ad agency as an agent for Google.
But the ad is fake.
The Google ad agencies are actually Google.
Google did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
The ad also appears to reference a Google Play store, the store that’s where all Google apps and services are available, with an image of an app in the top left corner.
It does not say what app the ad appears to have been taken from.
The image is also not accompanied by any accompanying text.
A Google spokesperson told Business Insider: “Google does not condone the use of adware or other harmful software that could affect the security of any users’ data.
We take any allegation of this nature very seriously and will work to eliminate such software.”