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Ad Fraud Is Now A Seven Billion Dollar Problem

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Ad Fraud is now a 7 billion dollar problem. According to Association of National Advertisers, marketers continue to waste billions of dollars in digital advertising. In 2015 advertisers had a range of bots percentage ranging from 3 to 37 percent, compared to 2 to 22 percent in 2014.

It’s been reported, “the changing nature of online advertising is making fraud more prevalent. More valuable ad inventory – video ads and display targeted at specific demographic groups – are more susceptible to bots. Programmatic is a particular problem; the ANA found that it attracts 73% more bots than direct buys.

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Scientists Find Hot Water Springs On Saturn Moon Enceladus

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Stuttgart/London (dpa) – Hot-water springs bubble up on the floor of a subterranean ocean deep in Saturn’s moon Enceladus. That is the conclusion of a team of international scientists led by Hsu Hsiang-Wen from the University of Colorado in Boulder, which has been analysing particles in Saturn’s rungs. The study, which appears in the British scientific… Read More »

The Penguin appears in latest ‘Gotham’ trailer

Marvel is the biggest name in superheroes when it comes to the movies, so DC is now making a big effort to take over a screen of its own: the TV. Gotham, which premieres on September 22nd, will be one of DC’s highest-profile attempts to bring its comic-book worlds to television. Instead, it’ll follow a young Commissioner Gordon — then just a detective — and it’ll have him occasionally crossing paths with an even younger Bruce Wayne, who’s dealing with the murder of his parents. A new trailer released today gives the best look yet at what that struggle will be like for young Bruce, and also gives a good look at the Penguin and Jada Pinkett Smith’s gangster / club owner Fish Mooney.

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Facebook website appears to be back after outage

(Reuters) – Facebook Inc’s FB.O website appeared to be back up on Thursday a few minutes after it displayed a message saying “Sorry, something went wrong.” “We are working on getting this fixed as soon as we can,” the website’s homepage read at 0815 GMT (4.15 a.m. EDT). The outage was reported in several countries, including China, Singapore and India. The cause of the outage was not immediately known. The company did not immediately respond to an email seeking comment. (Reporting By Sampad Patnaik in Bangalore; Editing by Gopakumar Warrier)

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Dropout charged in Connecticut college bomb threat appears in court

By Richard Weizel MILFORD Conn. (Reuters) – A college dropout accused of calling in bomb threats to a commencement ceremony in Connecticut to keep her family from learning she was not graduating made her first court appearance on Monday since her arrest and arraignment last month. Danielle Shea, 22, has admitted making the two telephone threats to Quinnipiac University so the graduation ceremony would be canceled, police said. On Monday, Judge Philip Scarpellino of the Superior Court in Meriden set her next court date for July 7. The ceremony was delayed 90 minutes and moved a mile away to a different campus of the university in Hamden, Connecticut.

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If Aired, Tobacco Truths Would Help Smokers Quit, Study Finds

Truthful statements about the health effects of cigarette smoking may come as a surprise to many smokers, a new study suggests. Smokers in the study were presented with statements about the dangers of smoking that a federal judge in 2006 ordered to be placed on cigarette packaging and ads, but which the tobacco industry is appealing. The statements include information such as how the tobacco industry deliberately pumps in more nicotine to make tobacco more addictive. The study appears in the current issue of the American Journal of Preventive Medicine, and was led by Dr. James Hardin of the Arnold School of Public Health at the University of South Carolina, Columbia. …read more

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