Google Opens The (Vaultlike) Door To Its Anti-Fraud Team For The First Time

by Ginny Marvin
In Februrary, 2014, Google acquired the small but potent anti-fraud firm In 2013, London-based outfit, headed by Douglas de Jager, gained attention for discovering the Chameleon botnet that infected over 120,000 computers and cost advertisers over $6 million a month by serving up over 9 billion of fraudulent ad impressions.Read the full article