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    Cloudflare has a new plan to fight bots — and climate change

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    Have you heard thatCloudflareis ratcheting up its fight against bots with a new “fight mode,” which it says will frustrate and disincentivize bot operators from their malicious activity? Learn more:

    Bots are notorious forscraping websitesand abusing developer access to downloadgobs of user data. All too often bots try to game the system by scraping concert or airline ticket prices to buy in bulk at their lowest price and sell them off for higher. Worse, someimitate real usersand brute-force their way into websites with lists of stolen passwords.

    Cloudflare gets three billion bot requests each day. Now the company said it has “decided to fight back.”

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