Over the past week, major advertisers—everyone from the British government to AT&T—have pulled their ad buys from You Tube after their banners appeared over videos posted by extremists. But the company still has a more basic transparency problem.
Google ostensibly wants to make sure uploaders of hate speech and abuse don't get paid.
A Google representative told Uziel in an email that the videos' titles could be automatically triggering the site's filters.
Pepsi Co and Wal-Mart have now joined the ranks of advertisers pulling dollars from Google.