DFA Tags with Unusually High Clicks from Mountain View IP address.
We have a client using DFA tags that noticed low impressions but unusually high clicks coming from Mountain View, (i.e. where Google is located), when they review their data by city. As an example, we'll see 16 impressions with 10 clicks coming from Mountain View.
When we reached out to DFA, they said these clicks were not coming from them directly.
Has anyone else ever run into this issue before?
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