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pay-per-click ads

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Yahoo settles pay-per-click fraud suit

As part of a class-action settlement, Yahoo plans to create a new ad distribution option that will give advertisers more control over where ads purchased through Yahoo appear.

By October 13, 2009

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Study: Click fraud could threaten pay-per-click model

Survey finds that 27 percent of respondents say they've already slowed or stopped their pay-per-click advertising.

By July 5, 2006

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Yahoo sued over alleged pay-per-click fraud

Suit claims Yahoo is charging for "premium" ads on sites that show spyware ads and sites that appear when surfers misspell URLs.

By May 3, 2006

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Yahoo, Miva settle pay-per-click patent suit

Settlement follows licensing by Google, others in the lucrative keyword search ad market.

By August 16, 2005

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A perfect storm for pay-per-click?

Market-Vantage's Hans Riemer finds that while pay-per-click may be the current rage, there's also a threat lurking on the horizon.

January 13, 2004

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Woman accuses Google of 'falsely imprisoning' her

A woman allegedly signs up for a Google Blogspot account and the company offers ads. This leads to her suggesting in a lawsuit that she has been imprisoned by the company.

By November 9, 2012

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Questions mount as Facebook advertisers lose to clickbots

A relationship with a startup sours when 80 percent of pay-per-click ad traffic turns out to be costly, invalid traffic. The issue may not be isolated. Is Facebook doing enough to solve the problem?

By August 2, 2012

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'Canopy' gives subway trains an outside view

Innovative design concept uses ceiling-mounted e-paper displays to give underground passengers a view of life above that dark tunnel they're stuck in. And maybe flash them a few ads along the way.

By July 19, 2012

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Flashback makers missed out on their payday, Symantec says

According to the security firm, the makers of the Flashback malware made $14,000 from click fraud last month, but can't collect on it.

By May 16, 2012