The number of malvertisements targeting mobile devices more than tripled last year, pushing contaminated web ads past pornography as the single largest malware threat to mobile users.
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"The big companies (Google, Netflix, Apple) recognize those that use a lot of bandwidth should contribute to that," says Verizon CEO Lowell McAdam.