How click fraud could swallow the internet

This was a VERY interesting article about how [tag]pay-per-click[/tag] advertising works, and the possibility for abuse ([tag]click fraud[/tag]). Advertisers can click on the ads of rivals in order to “spend” their rivals’ advertising budgets and knock them off line. People with money-generating ads featured on their blogs or sites can profit if they find a … Read more How click fraud could swallow the internet

Accountant testimony on behalf of Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling

From the Wall Street Journal: In testimony this morning, Jerry Arnold, a defense consultant and accounting professor at the University of Southern California, testified that [tag]Enron[/tag] wasn’t required to [tag]write down[/tag] declines in the value of its international operations that weren’t slated to be sold and that Enron hadn’t determined were permanent. He said his … Read more Accountant testimony on behalf of Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling

Las Vegas G-Sting trial to wrap up

The six week G-sting trial in Las Vegas will conclude this week with closing arguments. The trial has included tape from FBI wiretaps, undercover videos, and testimony about politicians and [tag]bribes[/tag]. Former Clark County commissioners Dario Herrera and Mary Kincaid-Chauncey are on trial for federal charges of [tag]conspiracy[/tag], [tag]wire fraud[/tag] and [tag]extortion[/tag] under color of … Read more Las Vegas G-Sting trial to wrap up