PPC ad agency hires a team to spot ‘job advertisement’ server in Hawaii


PPC advertising companies are hiring a team of advertising professionals to help spot “job advertisement” servers in the United States, a spokesperson told Business Insider.

The search for servers in US has grown in recent years and is considered a serious threat by governments and companies looking to hide sensitive information from their customers.

The job advertisement servers are also known as “hacker servers” because they can use exploits to compromise systems.

The job advertisement server is often a small piece of hardware in a home or office, but can be a massive server if it is used to spread malware or a botnet.

According to the spokesperson, the search for a new job advertisement network was announced at the beginning of October.

“We have been working closely with the FBI and DHS to develop a plan that would be secure, effective, and affordable for our customers,” the spokesperson said.

“We’re looking for people with an expertise in advertising and marketing.”

The company has been working with a network of experts in the US who have been looking into the matter since last year, the spokesperson added.

According a statement on the company’s website, PPC has already been contracted to assist with this mission.”PPC is one of the largest PPC (Pay-Per-Click) advertising agencies in the world.

As one of their core business segments, they are uniquely positioned to support the search and prevention efforts to protect our customers from malware,” the company said.”

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The spokesperson also said PPC is also working with other companies to look for other ways to keep their customers safe, such as using “smart home” devices and “smart appliances”.PPC’s ad agency has worked with the Department of Homeland Security and US law enforcement since the start of this year.

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