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Twitter Earns High Marks, But Nearly 70% of Websites Are Deemed ‘Untrustworthy’

Written on
June 11th 2014
Author
Richard L. Tso

ADOTAS – We are a connected world. Whether we like it or not, the Internet fuels businesses around the globe with lightning fast payment processing, the availability and convenience of cloud-based software and daily communications through email, instant message and social media. With so many businesses today reliant on Web-based ... more...

Content, Convergence and Cooperation: The Fight Against Illegal Online Activity

Written on
January 14th 2014
Author
Diane Strahan

ADOTAS – Hollywood. Madison Avenue. Silicon Valley. Washington, D.C. Four very distinct regions contributing expertise in highly specialized ways in the world of online content: producing the content, monetizing it, distributing it and safeguarding it. Over the last decade, consumption of online content has become an essential part of daily life ... more...

How Secure Is Your Ad Server?

Written on
February 13th 2013
Author
Mike Daly

Yesterday’s news that OpenX shut down OnRamp due to a malware attack only serves to amplify the sound of an alarm that’s constantly ringing in the realm of online media. “This is another great example of the power of the Internet and the effects of poorly secured applications,” said Anthony J. ... more...

Rubicon Expands the REVVolution With Brand Protection

Written on
June 1st 2010
Author
Gavin Dunaway

As news broke of The Rubicon Project’s acquisition of malware battler SiteScout, the trolls slithered to the comment section of TechCrunch, though not quite in force this time. “The Rubi-’con’ Project,” wrote one smarmy, anonymous fellow. Making light of Rubicon’s successful venture capital funding, he/she added: “The $42 million joke is ... more...