Buzzfeed has previously discovered that some popular Android apps contain ad fraud. After the investigation, Google has removed the related apps. Shelf.
According to the report, although Google has not specifically mentioned the reason why the publisher is blocked, according to sources, Google believes that the publisher must be completely blocked and future apps removed. In addition to the Play Store, the Google AdMob Network has also removed all DO Global apps, which means they can no longer earn revenue using AdMob ads. This blockade is Google's biggest blockade of history, and they haven't tried to block one publisher. Prior to this step, DO Global had nearly 100 apps in the Play Store and downloaded over 600 million times.
The DO Global application has previously found that it contains a fraudulent code for automatic click-through ads that will open ads in the background and then automatically open them for fraudulent ad clicks, which will also increase the user's mobile phone power consumption and data traffic. This is, of course, a violation of Google's policy, and 34% of DO Global shares are controlled by Baidu, but neither DO Global nor Baidu have responded to this incident.
Source: Buzzfeed News
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Tags: android, DO Global, Play Store, China