Google is reportedly under fire for what appears to be failing to remove virulent antisemitic content from its YouTube video platform in what many are accusing the company of an apparent breach of its own guidelines and the law. The report indicates that Havas, which is one of the world’s largest advertising companies, allegedly pulled hundreds of UK clients out of Google’s advertising network after revelations in The Times that taxpayers and big brands were unwittingly funding

What is considered to be extremists through adverts, The report indicates that Dozens of other brands have also withdrawn their business as well.  The source claims that This report clearly identifies the full scale of Google’s failure to tackle hate speech can be clearly revealed today, with fresh analysis showing that more than 200 antisemitic videos are hosted on YouTube. So is there a double standard? Is Google willfully allowing certain content to remain while systematically removing others?