Major search engines and ad networks, including Google and Yahoo, are spending advertising cash on content piracy websites, according to a University of Southern California report. Putting systems in place to prevent branded content appearing on content-sharing sites would likely increase the price of ads on legitimate sites, but would also give brands more control over where their ads run, the researchers say.
Major ad networks help pirates to thrive, researchers say
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