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Several Google ad metrics suspended over missed deadline

In the wake of revelations that Facebook overestimated a key video metric for years, Google — the other half of the mobile advertising duopoly — is having troubles of its own. It seems the search giant's publisher ad network, DoubleClick, failed to update its measurement model to account for new rules from a major trade group in April, leading to the suspension of two of its mobile viewership metrics.
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