In February 2017, YouTube started advertising with the French satirical magazine “La Libre”, but it wasn’t until March that it started using the brand in its ads.
Now, YouTube is advertising with both the French and English versions of the magazine, which is one of the biggest advertisers in France.
Google was quick to respond to this, claiming that the ads had not been made with the channel, and that they had been created to promote the magazine’s content.
The issue has been hotly debated ever since.
The French government even launched a petition to Google, asking the search giant to remove ads from the channel.
Since then, French advertisers have complained that Google is abusing their right to free speech.
France’s Ministry of Education says that YouTube has been violating French law by giving “exclusive access” to the channel for a short time.
The government has also requested the French company to remove YouTube from the Google Play store.
It has since said that Google will review the matter if it does not comply.
However, the French government says that it is not interested in removing the channel from Google Play.
French consumers are unhappy with Google’s decision to make ads with “La Libération” in the first place.
Some people are unhappy that the channel doesn’t allow them to directly buy products from its website, and some people are concerned about the effect this has on the French economy, with an estimated 250,000 French jobs lost as a result of Google’s advertising policy.
However it seems that many French consumers still believe that YouTube is their preferred alternative to advertisers, even though the channel has had little advertising success.
The popularity of YouTube advertising has only grown since January 2017.
The channel has more than 30 million subscribers, and it has attracted nearly one billion YouTube views per month.
YouTube says that they have more than 100 million advertisers who have agreed to work with the brand, but that the French authorities are still monitoring this activity closely.
As of October, the channel had more than 2.3 million subscribers.
YouTube currently uses ads on other popular French websites.
In 2018, French authorities started to ban advertising with sites like Facebook and Twitter, as they claimed that these platforms had violated the European Union’s antitrust law.
French authorities also claimed that Facebook and YouTube had violated French antitrust laws when they offered paid content that is aimed at children.
In February 2018, the European Court of Justice ruled that Facebook had to stop offering paid content to children under 12, and said that this amounted to “a violation of EU antitrust law”.
However, in a similar case, the EU decided to allow Facebook to continue to offer paid content for adults, because of a concern that it could lead to a similar situation.
However the French antitrust authority is still reviewing Facebook’s EU advertising policy and its proposed new guidelines on how to manage ads on the platform.
If Facebook continues to use ad revenue for advertising, French regulators may decide to revoke the company’s EU-wide ad rules.
If the European Commission does not respond in a timely fashion to the French concerns, the government may also decide to ban ads from Facebook and other social media platforms.
However Google has not commented on this decision.