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Malvertising: How It Ruins a User’s Day, and Destroys Their Trust in Digital Advertising

It’s Saturday morning. You have just brewed your first (or second, or even third, no judgments here) cup of coffee, and now you’re lounging on the sofa, checking the local news on your phone. You encounter an ad on the page and suddenly, through no action of your own, you are forcefully redirected through a series of websites at rapid-fire speed, finally landing on a page offering you a $1,000 Amazon gift voucher, as long as you provide them some details, of course. Alternatively, you may have just arrived at your…

Malicious Bots And Bad Apps: Why The Twitter Purge Matters?

Here’s How Twitter’s Removal of 143000 Malicious Apps, After Deleting Several Million Fake Accounts, Will Affect Advertisers, Influencers and Content Marketers Earlier this week, Twitter posted a blog announcing new requirements for developers who develop apps using Twitter’s API. The social media platform announced the new norms stating that they are “recognizing the challenges facing Twitter and the public — from spam and malicious automation to surveillance and invasions of privacy — we’re taking additional steps to…

Qualtrics Announces Speakers and Agenda for X4 Experience Management Summit 2018

Qualtrics X4 Experience Management Summit Would Witness Is an Annual Gathering of World's Most Prolific Experience Leaders Qualtrics, a leader in research and experience management, has announced the world's largest conference dedicated to the importance of experiences in business across customers, employees, products, and brands. Read Also: Pathmatics Launches First Panel-Based Paid Social Ad  The 2018 X4 Experience Management Summit™ unites experience management leaders from top organizations and influential…