At some point this problem may move out of the civil court and in to the criminal courts. Obviously the people who are committing the acts directly can be, and have in a few cases, been charged. But what about the people at the search engines that knowlyingly pass along the bills.
Hey if newspaper people can be arrested why not the people over at the search engines who know that click fraud is a problem and are willing to keep collecting the fraudlent fees?
I have noticed that my refunds have been getting larger of late. Is that so the companies can say they were doing their due diligence?
This problem is not going away any time soon, and the complaints are just getting started from what I am reading on the forums in the past couple of days.