The enhanced regime enables impressions bought programmatically passing through FreeWheel platforms to be verified as human before any transaction is made.
Ad inventory flows through the FreeWheel system at a rate of over one million ad decisions a second. All of it will be verified across all platforms, including fast-growing connected TV inventory.
“As an industry connector of buyers and sellers, building trust and transparency across all parties is our number one priority. Premium video requires an extra level of inventory quality assurance, which is why this enhanced partnership is so important,” said Jon Whitticom, chief product officer at FreeWheel. “Our relationship with White Ops enhances our platforms to ensure that our clients can continue to detect, report on, and eliminate any fraud in their supply chain. FreeWheel is committed to ensuring clean inventory while also increasing the volume of transactable impressions. Combating fraud at a global scale, an on-going battle, is the ultimate win-win for both sides of the ecosystem.”
Bots are designed to look and act like humans, with user and device IDs, making it difficult to recognize. White Ops’ Advertising Integrity determines which impressions come from real humans while maintaining a high quality user experience for premium TV clients.
“FreeWheel has been an outstanding partner of ours for several years, and we’re looking forward to where our partnership will go in the future,” said Tamer Hassan, co-founder and CEO of White Ops. “Enabling Advertising Integrity’s pre-bid protection capabilities will solidify FreeWheel’s leadership among their partners as the industry leading provider of premium advertising management.”
White Ops currently verifies more than one trillion interactions per week, working directly with the largest internet platforms, DSPs and exchanges.
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