A day after a court in Kathnandup ordered the search giant to stop using its search engine in Nepal, Google has said it is complying with the ruling.
A district court in Nepal’s capital Kathmandus last week said that Google AdSense had violated the constitution and the country’s law.
Google has appealed the order, saying that it is a violation of international standards of freedom of expression.
The company said that it had been using AdSense for months to promote the company’s business.
Google’s AdSense is a service that enables users to search for advertisements online.
It has been widely used by advertisers in countries such as the US and Germany.
But the search engine has faced criticism in the country for its use of local search engines to target ads for local businesses.