Amazon has bought up ads underneath the company’s own branded products, including on Amazon.com, Amazon.co.uk and Amazon.ca, the companies said on Wednesday.
Amazon also announced that it would start removing ads on its website and on its mobile apps as part of the new advertising policies.
The company also said it will stop selling Amazon.de products that do not meet Amazon’s advertising guidelines.
The Amazon.eu ads buy are part of an effort by the online retailer to increase its online presence in countries where its products are banned.
Amazon.com bought ads under the Amazon.au brand in September 2014, the same month that the company bought the popular online store’s online advertising.
That purchase followed Amazon’s purchase of Amazon.nl, which was launched in October 2015 and has since expanded to include the entire Netherlands, Belgium, Germany, Denmark, Switzerland and Iceland.
Amazon.fr also bought ads from Amazon.be and Amazon Europe, two European markets where Amazon is also selling its own branded items.
Amazon’s new policy does not affect its advertising in the US or Canada.
The move follows a similar policy announced by Amazon.tv in September, which removed ads from a range of videos from the video-streaming service.
The move followed a similar one announced by Facebook.
Facebook said in January that it had removed ads under a series of terms that it announced in January.
That agreement was made as part the company rebranding.
Facebook’s move is the latest example of a company re-branding itself after a recent merger.
Last month, Facebook announced that its ad sales in the UK would increase from $5 billion in 2018 to $15 billion in 2019.
That deal was worth $1.5 billion.
Facebook and Amazon are also working together to streamline its advertising platform and to improve the quality of its ad content.