'Bad bots' account for about 40 per cent of traffic on ticketing websites

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Security researchers Distil Networks claims bot activity is driving away humans from ticketing websites

'Bad bots' account for as much as 40 per cent of the traffic on ticketing websites, according to researchers at security specialists Distil Networks. The study claims that these automated progra...

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