An advertising agency and an advertising technology company have teamed up to develop a new online tool for advertisers to spot deceptive advertising online.
The tool is the first of its kind to provide advertisers with a tool to see what fake news and social media content is spreading on social networks like Facebook and Twitter.
The platform is called AdSense Pro, and it allows advertisers to place automated ads in front of articles and videos on social platforms such as Facebook and YouTube.
The AdSense tool will be used by both ad networks and publishers to detect fake news, misleading advertising, and other content that has been flagged by ad networks.
It is the latest in a long line of efforts by both parties to develop tools to detect and curb fake news.
A few weeks ago, Facebook partnered with Google to create a tool that can automatically detect and block posts from fake news websites.
Facebook also announced that it is working with Google on a tool called Dissemination.
Google’s tool is currently being used by a handful of publishers including The Associated Press, CNN, and Vox.
Google’s tool has a few limitations.
It only detects fake news sites that are registered to a single domain, meaning that it doesn’t detect content from any of those domains.
And it only allows advertisers a limited number of ads per post.
The company said that advertisers can still target their ads on those posts and videos if they wish.
The goal of the new tool is to help advertisers see what content they’re advertising on and what posts and tweets are being shared by people who are posting the same content.
In a blog post, AdSense’s head of advertising, Scott Jurek, said the company believes that it can help publishers and ad networks find what’s really being shared on social sites, and that it’s also an important tool for publishers.
“Our goal is to create tools that will allow publishers to identify the real stories and to better understand the impact of their advertising,” Jureker said in a blog posting.
“We’re proud to be building on the powerful platform we built with Google last year.”
AdSense Pro uses a system called Disqus, a technology that allows publishers to use a comment section to create comments that can be seen by users.
Disqus allows advertisers the ability to create automated ads on posts and comments.
Disqus users can choose to see any posts or comments they see and then “dislike” or “share” the ad.
The Disqus system will then alert advertisers about any posts and commenters that may be spreading fake news or misleading information.
While AdSense has already identified some fake news content, it has not identified all of the content that it believes is fake.
Disagreements about what is fake or not have been a frequent topic of debate among online advertisers.
As part of the effort, AdSenses will be releasing a guide for publishers to create their own Disqus ads and the Disqus tool will provide information about the quality of Disqus comments.
The Disqus platform was developed by a group of technology professionals working at Google, Facebook, and Twitter, who all said that it was intended to be a way for online publishers to advertise their content more effectively.
Google said that Disqus could also help advertisers detect fake posts.
“Disqus has been a valuable tool for many publishers in the past and is now one of the most widely used tools in our AdSense program,” said Google spokeswoman Allison Knepp.
“With Disqus we can create automated, ad-targeted ads to help our advertisers understand how to reach our audiences and to improve their targeting and understanding of the audiences,” she added.
Google is also working with a number of other publishers on a project called AdSpot.
The project is focused on creating automated ads that are tailored to a specific audience.
Google says that it has developed a tool for companies that have been advertising on social networking sites to find the content they are most interested in, such as political ads and political content.
“These are the ads that really drive traffic to their sites and drive engagement and engagement in their businesses,” Jasek said.
AdSpot, like Disqus and AdSense, was developed to help publishers understand what their audiences are interested in and how they can reach those audiences, and also to help them identify posts and users who might be using fake news to promote their products.
The aim of the project is to improve the quality and accuracy of ads that advertisers run on social channels, and to help online publishers get more of their content seen by their audiences.
“This tool is intended to help marketers make smarter choices about which posts and posts to run on Facebook, Twitter, and Google.
It will help advertisers identify the posts and messages that are the most likely to drive engagement with their campaigns,” said AdSense spokeswoman Ashley Jones.