Litigation and solutions in click frauds
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Litigation Disputes over the issue have resulted in a number of lawsuits. In one case, Google (acting as both an advertiser and advertising network) won a lawsuit against a Texas company called Auction Experts (acting as a publisher), which Google … Read More

Organization of click frauds
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Click fraud can be as simple as one person starting a small web site, becoming a publisher of ads, and clicking on those ads to generate revenue. Oftentimes, the number of clicks, and their value, is so small, that the … Read More

Non-contracting parties in click frauds
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A secondary source of click fraud is non-contracting parties, who are not part of any pay-per-click agreement. This type of fraud is even harder to police because perpetrators generally can not be sued for breach of contract, or charged criminally … Read More

Click frauds in online advertising
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Click fraud occurs in pay per click online advertising when a person, automated script or computer program imitates a legitimate user of a web browser clicking on an ad, for the purpose of generating an improper charge per click. Click … Read More