The search giant is adding another layer of privacy protections to its advertising platform.
The tech giant on Thursday said it is adding two more privacy policies to its ad platform.
The first is for advertisers who use Google Ads as an extension of Google Search.
This means that an advertiser is required to provide more detailed information about the ads they are using and to give more specific permission for Google Ads to display their ads in search results.
The second is for websites that display the adverts in the mobile and tablet apps.
These apps are currently limited to mobile and desktop browsers, but the company says it will soon add apps for other platforms.
Google has long been a champion of privacy, which it sees as critical for its success in an era of data collection.
The company says that, over the past decade, it has improved the privacy practices of over 3,000 of its services.
The policy covers ad-serving websites, search results and content.