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Regulators start to pump the brakes on Big Tech's advertising dystopia.
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The company says it will stop selling ad space to misleading addiction treatment centers.
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The action came after a seven-year long investigation prompted by scores of complaints from rivals.
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The deal will combine Yahoo's search, email and messenger assets as well as advertising technology tools with Verizon's AOL unit.