Advertisers, including Google, have been accused of a widespread practice of blocking or blocking-allowing some advertisements.
In a statement to TechRadars readers, an advertiser-friendly domain name provider called GoDaddy said that its platform is a free-for-all for ads.
The company says that its free-to-play service is free to use and has been for years, and that the ads it serves are not targeted at the users.
In its statement, GoDaddy stated that it was not aware of any complaints or complaints against its platform from people who use Google.
It added that it had “not been contacted by anyone at Google who has complained about this”.
The problem is not limited to the US.
In a statement, Google said that it has been a pioneer in blocking bad ads and that it “does not block ads”.
Google has previously admitted that it uses “third-party ad-blocking software” to block ads from ad networks.
It has previously been accused by a number of organisations including the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) and the European Commission of being a “multi-billion-dollar business” and having “a direct financial impact on publishers”.
However, the company has denied this, and has said that ads that are blocked are actually “revenue generating ads” for its ad network.
Google says that it provides ad-blockers to more than 80 publishers, including the UK’s Guardian newspaper and The Daily Mail.
However, a recent survey by research company Kantar found that users who were forced to use Google ad-blocks were not necessarily unhappy with the ads they were blocked from seeing.
It also found that “people who are forced to block advertising from Google are more likely to report that the search engine blocked the ads”.
However it added that Google has “no plans to remove ads from the Google ad platform”.
The ASA has been criticised for not investigating this issue.
A spokeswoman said: “The ASA investigates complaints about Google and other internet search engines in order to ensure that people can access the information they need about their online activities and to help advertisers and service providers to better manage their websites.”