#attribution

Fake Zoom App Dropped by New APT LuminousMoth'
First comes spear-phishing, next download of malicious DLLs that spread to removable USBs, dropping Cobalt Strike Beacon, and then, sometimes, a fake Zoom app.
The Big Story: Identity Preppers | AdExchanger
What your colleagues and competitors think of digital advertising's cookieless future was revealed in AdExchanger's latest research report on identity.
Play2Pay raises $13M to convert mobile user engagement into bill payment
The gamification of payments is not a new concept.
A number of companies are attempting to combine gamification and payments in creative ways.
Can AI learn from any public code online?
Just days after GitHub announced its new Copilot tool, which generates complementary code for programmers' projects, web developer Kyle Peacock tweeted an oddity he had noticed.
Human activity influencing global rainfall, study finds
Human activity and climate change were a key factor in extreme precipitation events such as flooding and landslides around the world, a study has found.
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The Bay apologizes after using image of Black lawyer as face of fundraising campaign without permission | CBC News
The Hudson's Bay Company is apologizing after using a photo of a Black anti-racism advocate as one of the faces of a fundraising campaign for Indigenous, Black and people of colour without asking for her permission or that of the original photographer - also a person of colour.
GitHub Copilot auto-coder snags emerge, from seemingly spilled secrets to bad code, but some love it
Early testers of GitHub's Copilot, which uses AI to assist programmers to write code, have found problems including alleged spilled secrets, bad code, and copyright concerns, though some see huge potential in the tool.
The Bay apologizes after using Black lawyer's image as face of fundraising campaign without permission | CBC News
The Hudson's Bay Company is apologizing after using a photo of a Black Toronto lawyer as one of the faces of a fundraising campaign for Indigenous, Black and people of colour without asking for her permission or that of the original photographer - also a person of colour.
Facebook Rolls Out Updates to Conversion Modeling and Events in Responds to ATT Changes
As Facebook continues to get a better understanding of the full impacts of Apple's new App Tracking Transparency update, which has seen many users cut off its in-app data tracking, limiting insights for Facebook advertisers as a result, The Social Network is also looking to make changes to its attribution modeling processes to help account for lost insights, and better guide advertiser decisions moving forward.