Google prevails - at least for now - in class-action suit over click fraud on Display Network

Google prevails - at least for now - in class-action suit over click fraud on Display Network
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08 March 2018 (Edited 08 March 2018)



California businessman Gurminder Singh alleged in court documents that experiments he conducted proved that Google is guilty of widespread and rampant click fraud on its Dispay Network.

But US District Court Judge Beth Freeman found that Singh lacked the necessary standing to bring his suit as presented, because his experiments were "unscientific" and he failed to argue that Google in fact charged him for invalid clicks.

Given that result, the door remains open for Singh to bring his suit again with the necessary changes - provided he can continue to pay his team of 7 attorneys. (Per the website of Shepherd, Finkelman, Miller and Shah - one of Singhs's law firms - "...our efficient and business-minded approach makes us the prudent choice, fiscally and practically, even though SFMS may at times bill at higher hourly rates than other firms...")


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