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HELP! Few Options Remain To Stop Scrapping Net Neutrality; One Man Made $15 Million As an Airbnb Host

Domain spoofing bust: “According to Adform, the fraudsters behind the Hyphbot scheme created more than 34,000 different domain names and more than a million different URLs, many designed to attempt to fool advertisers Plus.. 17 Smart Strategies For Young Brands To Tell Their Story; The story of the Photographer Who Shot Windows XP Wallpaper; Kith’s […]

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The ad fraud issue could be more than twice as big as first thought — advertisers stand to lose $16.4 billion to it this year

Domain Name Drama; The OxyContin Clan: The $14 Billion Newcomer to Forbes 2015 List of Richest U.S. Families; Report: Google earns 78% of $36.7B US search ad revenues, soon to be 80%; VR offers relief to cancer patients without additional prescriptions or treatments; Why Successful Individuals Wear The Same Outfit Daily; New tech ‘promising’ for […]

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A Wrench In Domain Value: Guess What A Chinese Company Named WayRay? Why Clickbait Works

Sorrell takes aim at Google for ‘clearly not doing enough’ about ad fraud; Reverse Mentoring: Millennials teach old dogs new tricks; Do Founders Face More Stress Than Other Professionals? There’s a $2 million treasure chest buried in the Rockies; To Save The American Dream, We Have To Change How We Think About Work; Congress is […]

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Exaggerated? "Ad fraud scheme that it estimated was siphoning $3 million to $5 million from marketers each day"

Social Media Are Driving Americans Insane; Maple Media raises $30 million to found a new mobile gaming empire; 6 Out of 10 Small Businesses Do Their Own Email Marketing; The most popular TV shows based on how much money you make; Facebook’s Commercial Breaks Are Ready for Primetime; 40% of Online Ads Are Found to […]

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Internet Mogul Living In Squatter Fearful of FBI; Inability To Tell Fake News From Real

$7.5 Billion Fraud In Online Advertising. How Much Did YOU Lose?; 3 Israeli companies that could revolutionize the car; Six months ago, they were unemployed restaurant workers. Now, they make tens of thousands of dollars a month making up “news”; Could New Research Put an End to Dental Visits? Cell Phone Inventor on Startups, Success […]

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4 Rules for the Failure-Proof Startup; What a Used Car Salesman Taught Me About How to Love Your Customers

Senators Urge FTC To Examine Ad Fraud; The FBI Says Its Malware Isn’t Malware Because the FBI Is Good; SquattyPotty— Great name. Sounds like a fit for Lori on Shark Tank; 3 reasons your content isn’t getting shared — and how to fix them; Oculus launching the Rift without the Touch controllers probably wasn’t a […]

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The Highest Domains Sales Ever! How Airbnb Turned Its Hosts Into Political Foot Soldiers

Digital Currencies Show Potential To Be New Asset Class As Demand For Bitcoin; e.ventures launches $150 million fund for early stage startups; Fraud detection startup Shift Technology raises $10 million; How Brands Leverage the Tailgating Scene to Score with Fans; 11 Top Hacks to Finding Fame on Instagram; The Unspoken Variables of Success: Grace and […]

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"Marijuana Seder"; Hedge Fund Goes Nuclear On Yahoo; Citrix Rolls Out "Secure Browser"

Viewability, Fraud, Ad Blocking and Transparency Dominate 4A’s; Apple’s first original TV show will be about app developers; iOS 9.3 Encryption: Apple Inc. iCloud Backups May Be Protected By iPhone Passcode In … Luxury smartwatches from Switzerland; Major Publishers Back U.S. Launch of Micropayments Platform and Why You Should Care If Apple Pay Comes to […]

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Hackers Fight For Control Of 150,000 Home Routers; The Beyonce Bounce

Google Bolsters Botnet Defenses In Push To Thwart Ad Fraud; 50-70% of executives fail within 18 months of their appointment. Why? Opera Software acquired for $1.2 billion; Carnegie Deli Reopens After a 10-Month Shutdown; What CMOs Need to Know About Ad Fraud; Why Jeep’s $10M Super Bowl Ad Only Used a Third of the Screen; […]

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‘Cybersquatting’, Ad Fraud, Pirated Content, Malvertising and Ad Blocking Are Costing $8.2 Billion a Year

When Brand Names Are Destroyed By Damaging Doppelgangers; GoDaddy Is A Dangerous Short Right Now; What did you say your Brand Name was? Words that Sell; In sales— When No Means No; Why Culture Is Important and Why You Should be Measuring It! Should Yahoo Sell Alibaba Stake or the Web Business Where It Began? […]

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