You can call it business or data hacking, but the idea is to use analytic intelligence to reverse-engineer algorithms, transform, manipulate and modify data in external databases, without even accessing the databases in questions, for your business advantage. A few examples: Query tag hijacking. You find an interesting link on Facebook, pointing to a Forbes article. You copy it on your website,…
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