Ad networks clamp down on piracy sites

02/18/2013 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

Google and OpenX have "significantly reduced" the number of ads they place on piracy-related sites, according to a USC Annenberg Innovation Lab study. Still, the study found 31 global brands -- including top automakers and phone companies were still advertising on pirate sites. The controversy has created openings for smaller players in the ad network market, this article notes.

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