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  1. Is rel=author Really a Good Way to Judge Sources of Good Content?

    Clearly, there will be a lot of baby steps before the engines can truly vet this out and create real metrics to determine an author’s authority – which is what they will have to do ultimately versus trying to value them in the current format based...

  2. Will ‘Useless’ Clicks Really Cost Mobile Advertisers $6 Billion+ by 2016?

    Their definition of useless combines those suffering from fat finger syndrome (22 percent) as well as fraudulent clicks from botnets or hidden double banners (18 percent). As mobile advertising continues to find its place in the hearts and minds of...

  3. Security and Responsibility on the Virtual Frontier

    Since there is no vetting process to put scripted objects on Marketplace (see: not cost effective/wildly inconvenient) the only way to know about damaging products or fraudulent merchants is often long after the damage has already been done.

  4. Feds Go All In Against Online Poker Sites, Seize Domains, Issue Warrants

    By 2009, they had shut down many fraudulent bank accounts used by the poker companies. If you are an online poker player using PokerStars.com, you would have found the site had been seized Friday and a Department of Justice notice was there in...