Stopping Ad Fraud: Who’s Responsible?
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Stopping Ad Fraud: Who’s Responsible?

This article asks who is responsible for ad fraud. At the risk of sounding glib, would it not be the fraudsters?

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Facebook Launches Ad Fraud Lawsuit
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Facebook Launches Ad Fraud Lawsuit

Zuckerberg's decision to buy a parking spot at the local courthouse again proving a good one.

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A woman is holding a mobile phone in her hands. On the device screen of the smart phone  visible is an empty battery. The photo was taken over the model's shoulder. I have created the battery icon in adobe illustrator myself. It is intended to look like a generic battery icon.
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Phone Battery Drained? Might Be Ad Fraud

Phone battery drained? Well, it may well be ad fraud. Or, you could just have a crappy old phone that needs updating.

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Ad Fraud: A Problem We Can Solve
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Ad Fraud: A Problem We Can Solve

Unlike B&T's mystery office farter, this columnist argues ad fraud is a problem that can possibly be solved.

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InMobi’s Anne Frisbie On Ad Fraud
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InMobi’s Anne Frisbie On Ad Fraud

B&T sat down for a chinwag with InMobi’s Anne Frisbie who thought only half of our questions were poor & unresearched.

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