ALEXANDRIA, Va. — National Association of Chain Drug Stores voiced approval Wednesday of Google’s $500 million settlement of a federal investigation into allowing online Canadian pharmacies to place advertisements through Google’s AdWords program targeting U.S. consumers to illegally import prescription drugs. “NACDS is pleased that Google Inc. is taking steps to rectify the advertising activities of these illegal online drug sellers, and thanks the Department of ...
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