In a world of fake news, Amazon has long been one of the most valuable publishers.
It has a robust ad network that can reach millions of people, and has a reputation for being fair to advertisers.
But the company has also been the target of a number of counter ads in the past few years, which are often seen as being paid for by advertisers.
These ads appear as though they come from a third party and then end up being fake, often because Amazon doesn’t trust the third party to be honest.
While Amazon has faced a number from advertisers in the last year, this is the first time the company appears to have been targeted by counter advertising.
The company told Recode it was working on a new strategy to combat these types of fake ads.
We’re taking a new approach to counter ads to make sure we’re doing our best to get the truth across.
The strategy, dubbed the “Counter Ad,” has been in the works for a few years and was initially seen as a way to prevent advertisers from being exposed to false advertising.
But Amazon says it is changing its strategy to be more transparent about its ads and make sure the counter ads don’t cross a line.
“We’re trying to make a commitment to be transparent about who’s sending us the content and who’s paying for it, and the other thing we want to make clear is that we’re not a major advertiser in any of these places,” Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos told RecODE.
“So we don’t have to worry about these fake ads, or we don, and that we don.
And we also think we have a better sense of what’s going on.
So we’re looking at a different way to do that.”
The Counter Ad is a new, automated way for advertisers to identify, target, and pay for content that is fake or misleading.
The technology will allow advertisers to directly identify a specific piece of content, then automatically pay for it when the company believes it is.
The Counter ad will work for every ad in the same way as the other methods, but Amazon will only be paying for the ads when they appear in its store.
Amazon is working on other steps to combat fake news that are not explicitly targeting the company, such as an effort to block websites that are accused of using fake or deceptive content.
The move comes after the company faced backlash after it began a push to buy the news aggregator The Hill last month.
Amazon has been on a push over the past year to get more publishers to accept its fake news-focused ads, and this year saw a number advertisers pull their ads.
Amazon said that in the first half of this year, it had paid $9.5 million in fake ad revenue to publishers that it has been targeting.
Amazon also said that it will start paying publishers in the future for content they produce that is not flagged as fake or sponsored.