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Facebook suits Hong Kong affiliates for ad fraud

On December 5, Facebook filed suit against a Hongkonese digital marketing agency for using cloaking and brute force accounts to drive traffic to nutra offers. 17 december 2019 0
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Google rolls out updates to its Ads Editor

On November 7, Google released Ads Editor version 1.2, which offers some handy updates to improve on campaign type support and multi-account management.  08 november 2019 0
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Chrome and Firefox To Restrict Push Permission Prompts

On November 4, Firefox announced on its official blog that it will hide push notification requests from websites by default. From Firefox 72 onward, the browser will no longer show permission prompts unless the user has interacted with the website prior to the request. 07 november 2019 0
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Google Ads to Improve Ad Asset Tracking in App Campaigns

On October 24, Google Ads announced it will be improving app campaign modeling to serve more relevant ads to users who are interested in downloading apps. 28 october 2019 0
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Google to roll out several updates to its ad policy

Google has announced that it is going to introduce three important changes to its ad policy, which comes as part of an effort to protect users from uncertified or questionable practices. 24 october 2019 0
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Google cracks down on predatory loan apps

Google has reportedly barred certain payday loan apps from the Play Store in an effort to protect people from deceptive and exploitative personal-loan terms. The ban applies to apps that offer personal loans with an Annual Percentage Rate (APR) of 36% or higher. 17 october 2019 1
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