The biggest ad network in India is being hit with a massive attack by fake news websites.
The attack is believed to be related to a data breach of a company that had some of the largest ad budgets in India.
The data breach was discovered by a security firm working with the Indian government.
In a statement, the data breach firm said that its research led to the discovery of a large number of ads that were not posted in a manner that would allow the network to accurately track and monitor the ad network.
A report by the government’s Information Technology Department said that the ad networks ads had been being manipulated to create false impressions, including images that were either from websites that were hacked or that were made up to make the ads look more credible.
The companies ads were then displayed on the network’s own websites and could be found on other ad networks as well.
The ad network has been hit with hundreds of advertisements, some of which have been displayed for over a month, said the statement by the company.
The company has said that it has disabled some of its ad network’s ad content and is working with regulators to remove the malicious ads.
The statement said that there is a high probability that other malicious ads will appear on the sites of the companies.
The attacks came as the ad industry is trying to address the rise in fake news and misinformation.
According to a report published by the Association of Advertisers and publishers, there were more than 1,300 million ads on Facebook in 2016, of which 1.4 million ads were clicked on.
According an estimate by the Information Technology and Communications Technology Authority, the total revenue from Facebook ads was $14.3 billion in 2016.