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Firefox creates "TRACK THIS", a way to trick advertisers by poisoning your surf data.

It's not an original idea, the best way to hide your data is to create more data, thus creating a campaign of misinformation about you.

On fixing digital ad fraud: If not now, when?

At the end of December 2014, the Association of National Advertisers and White Ops released their first Bot Baseline Report, a study surveying the dig
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Google is making the web poorer.

Adland reported that global brands are finally are shunning Google advertising.

Paid for advertorial content is indexed by "Google News" as news

There's a loophole in Googles search indexing that allows a publisher, who is approved and indexed by Google News, to have even their paid for ad
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Slate's Anti Copyright rant sounds like a letter from your psycho ex.

Slate has a new blog post out under their Future Tense section entitled "Hollywood's Copyright Lobbyists Are Like Exes Who Won't Give U
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Forget banner hijacking, now we have "likejacking"

banner art

The Banner Art Collective (https://bannerart.org) has implemented a new design created by Garrett Lynch.
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