Why we’re giving up on digital forensically identifying ads online, according to ad tech firms

If you’re like most people, you probably have an ad in front of you that says “I have an advertisement.”

Ad tech firms are already struggling to understand what the hell that means.

That’s because ad tech companies don’t know enough about what they’re doing to make sure their ads aren’t being misidentified.

Here are five ways digital ad forensics is in danger of becoming less useful as ad technology continues to advance.1.

The ad tech industry has a lot of work to do.

If we want to keep our eyes open and see more, we need more people who know how to use these tools.

A lot of us have already gotten our hands on them and we have no idea what they can do.

In a world where we have more digital information than ever, we should be more educated on how to interpret what we see.2.

You need to know how the technology works.

If you don’t have the time or money to spend reading about ad tech in depth, you can take the time to watch a quick tutorial or watch a few videos that have a few key points covered.

I’m not saying you should read every video that has a big red X next to it, but you should at least know the basics about the technology.

If I were to give a tutorial to my friends, I would have a pretty good idea of what to look for.3.

You might want to consider a different approach.

If your ad shows an image that appears to be digital, it could be a fake.

If it’s digital, there’s a good chance the image was digitally generated.

And the technology can be tricked in ways that are hard to detect.

If the image is not digital, your ads might be getting flagged.

This could mean that the ad was clicked on by a malicious actor and that the actor is trying to trick you into clicking on the fake ad.4.

The technology is hard to interpret.

When you see an ad on Facebook or Google Ads, you might think that the company is doing a good job of telling you what’s being said in the ad.

But in reality, your ad is probably just a collection of data.

It could be misleading, and that’s why it’s so hard to understand.

There’s a lot to unpack in the data being collected by ad tech and you might need to be more careful when you’re deciding what to show in your ads.5.

Your ad may have been misidentified by another party.

If a company is trying a different ad, you may want to check the data to make certain that your ad doesn’t appear to be fake.

For example, maybe an ad company is running an ad for a new product that you think may be useful to you.

This may not be the case.

If this is the case, you should be looking for other evidence that your ads may have fallen victim to a misidentification.

If that’s the case and your ad has been mislabeled, you need to investigate further to see if your ads have been incorrectly flagged.

If you’re like most people, you probably have an ad in front of you that says “I have an advertisement.”Ad…