Computer software designed for “'click fraud'—bogus clicks that do not come from genuinely interested customers," to abuse the 'pay-per-click' model of Internet advertising, "the single largest category within this flourishing industry, accounting for nearly half of all spending". (Nov 23rd 2006 The Economist)

Dick signed on with a company specializing in fraudware, used to increase the number of hits to all advertising banners on his Web site, which ranged in price from $0.10 to as much as $30.
από David R. Gahary 16 Ιανουάριος 2007

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