10 Things You Need To Know Today

10 Things You Need To Know Today

The problem with click fraud, Krispy Kreme's adaptations to India, and more.

Rachel Pincus
  • 17 december 2013

A well-known U.S. company wasted $488,000 on fraudulent ad placements and clicks from Asian porn sites. BusinessInsider

The banking industry is clamping down on instant messaging, which was used in various instances of rigging. Telegraph

The New York Times is raising rates for its print subscribers. AdWeek

Krispy Kreme goes to India, eliminating egg from its menu for vegetarians. Quartz

A megamall in Thailand is Instagram’s most photographed place of 2013. TheNextWeb

NPR got a $17 million grant to increase its coverage, but it won’t help with its deficit. The New York Times

OneUp games is helping sports fans connect by predicting events during matches. The Guardian

Wieden+Kennedy created three of YouTube’s top 2013 ads. Wieden+Kennedy blog

Nissan powered a building in Japan with electric cars; this lowered its peak energy draw. Übergizmo

A possible new iOS feature makes use of Twitter location data in real time. TheNextWeb

Image: Weiden+Kennedy’s ad for Three Mobile

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