Google has released the details of a software program that can detect when people are using an ad network to promote their products or services.
The technology is called “social-tracking” and can detect the behavior of advertisers by automatically analyzing who posted the ad, how long it was shared, what type of information it included and what kind of information was shared.
The program is built into Google Search, Google Ads, YouTube and other Google-owned services.
It can also be used to identify people using social networks such as Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.
Google’s announcement is part of a larger push to get people on social media to stop using its advertising services.
In January, the company said it was rolling out an advertising-free version of its search engine.
But the program has been in testing for more than a year.
The program uses Google’s deep learning, artificial intelligence, machine learning and machine learning algorithms to analyze millions of data points a day from Google users.
Google says its software analyzes how people search for ads and determines how often those searches are performed.
It then determines whether those searches have led to sales.
The software can also track people using search engines, but not people who share their searches, the program says.
Google says it is not using this technology for its own advertising purposes.
But it says that it will provide advertising-supported services to advertisers to allow them to monitor people’s search behavior and identify potential advertisers.
Google also says it will continue to monitor the behavior and data of people using Google’s social networks to better understand how they use the services and to provide advertisers with targeted ads that they can then share with people.