Fake Google ad clicks | Google Have Removed 46 apps from Play Store for faking ads clicks

Fake Google ad clicks – We bring you this notice to inform you that Google Have Removed 46 apps from Play Store for faking ads clicks and has banned a Chinese developer from its app store for committing ad fraud and abusing user permissions.

Chinese developer DO Global, which is partially owned by Baidu, used code in several apps to generate fake ad-clicks in its apps. Researchers found at least six apps contained code and that it ran in the background, generating clicks even when the app was closed.

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“We take our responsibility to protect users and advertisers seriously, and invest in tools and resources to fight fraud and abuse globally,” Google told The Verge in a statement. Further, the company said it actively investigates malicious behaviour and takes action when it finds violations. Action can include removing a developer’s ability to monetize apps through AdMob and revoking their ability to publish on the Play Store.

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