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The idea that you can actually be a real consumer for free is nothing new, but the world of advertising has never been more crowded.
In the latest wave of the free advertising apocalypse, we’ve seen the likes of Pinterest, Amazon, Instagram and others jump on the bandwagon to offer the same kind of access to the world’s consumers as their competitors.
But in the process, they’ve also introduced an even more disturbing phenomenon: people who are paying to be in the ads they see.
The problem is that it’s impossible to know who will be the beneficiary of a free online advertising campaign.
In order to avoid being unwittingly part of a massive free advertising marketing campaign, many websites have come up with a system in which they can’t really tell who the ad recipients are.
According to a new study published in the Journal of Advertising Research, this can lead to some really creepy situations, with companies being able to track a person’s online activity from their smartphone to their browser history.
The study, entitled “Online Advertising Surveillance and Tracking: An Investigation of Advertiser Disclosure” examined 1,744 ads across more than 40 companies, including the likes a mobile advertising agency, a video sharing site, a social media network and a mobile marketing agency.
The researchers, led by Dr. Jonathan B. Golledge from New York University’s Stern School of Business, found that in one of the worst examples, an ad campaign for a mobile app that was sponsored by the advertising firm of the same name had the ad being shared to a user’s browser history, allowing them to be tracked for two weeks.
In addition to the ad campaign, the researchers also found that the company had also been tracking the user’s browsing activity.
The company was tracking the information, even though it was only for a few minutes.
These tracking activities can be fairly benign, but what about the person who receives the ads?
According to the researchers, this person was able to be targeted for tracking because they were also a recipient of the ads.
The researchers found that “there was a significant overlap between the time spent by the advertiser and the time it took to generate the advertisement for the targeted person.”
For example, the ad company had the user visit the ad agency’s website within 24 hours of its creation, whereas the person receiving the ads was sent a message from the ad network within 48 hours.
While the ad companies involved were able to keep the data they were using to track the person’s browsing history, the person didn’t receive any financial compensation from the ads or from the companies.
“There’s a big gap between what is an advertiser-generated advertising campaign and what is actually being advertised by the advertisers,” Dr. Gollaes told TechRadars.
“We wanted to determine whether there’s a conflict between the ad people and the advertisers.
The answer was no, there was no conflict.
We wanted to find out if there was a conflict because there were some cases where the ads didn’t actually reach the person.”
Dr. Gokhale explained that the advertisers were doing this in order to provide an experience to the targeted audience, but they were actually doing it to “obfuscate” their intentions.
“They are trying to mask their intent from the user, and that is to hide the fact that they are targeting a specific user,” Dr Gollais said.
“There’s no way for the user to know that the ad is about him or her.
When the ads are being sent to the user and they see them, they think it’s about him.
The user does not know that.”
In order for the company to have been able to see the user for two months, the user would have had to have visited the ad website at least once.
“This would be a reasonable person to conclude that the user was getting the advertisement on the first visit, which is very unlikely,” Dr Daubert said.
“If you want to see a sample of what’s being collected from your browsing history and sent to your browser, I would suggest to go to a website like DuckDuckGo and find out what’s going on there.”
The researchers noted that this type of tracking is happening across all of the industries they studied, from ad agencies to mobile apps.
It’s not just ads that are being targeted.
“A company could target its mobile ads to users from its own network, or they could target a targeted group of users on the web using ads from another advertiser,” Dr Bollaes said.
In some cases, these tracking activities are even being used to target users for “adware.”
Adware is a malicious software that uses the computer’s browser extensions to monitor a user for advertisements.
According to AdtechNet, there are at least 100 types of adware, including “unacceptable” ones, that can make it hard for users to complete their tasks on the internet.
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