By The Associated Press undefined/ BNC Contributor Google said Monday it has removed misleading and fraudulent ads targeting Americans looking for information about how to vote in Novembers presidential election. Some of the ads charged fees for registering people to vote, while others sucked up peoples personal information for marketing purposes. The ads were discovered by the nonprofit tech watchdog Tech Transparency Project. The group found that search terms such as register to vote, vote by mail and where is my polling place generated ads linking to websites that charge fees for voter registration, harvest user data, or plant unwanted 
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