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The original report from The Times cited specific instances in which United Kingdom taxpayer-funded advertising ran over hateful, offensive videos, including those by American white nationalist David Duke. Another wave of marketers has suspended advertising on YouTube or in some cases other Google properties in what's shaping up as an unprecedented revolt against the world's largest digital media player over ads placed with objectionable content.