On 9/19/2016 6:58 AM, Arnie Goetchius wrote:
> The NY Times article of 9/19/2016 titled:
> "Adblock Plus, Created to Protect Users From Ads, Instead Opens the Door"
> states that "In 2011, Adblock Plus was altered and became a tool that,
> instead of blocking bad ads, allowed ads it deemed 'acceptable' to be
> seen, often for a price -- a controversial move that has positioned it
> as a gatekeeper between advertisers and its huge user base."
> So is there an alternative to Adblock Plus?
Nothing new: https://adblockplus.org/en/acceptable-ads
As Chris recommended: uBlock Origin - but be aware of the configuration
options as it can be too powerful if you are not aware of all settings &
start turning things on without understanding the implications:
Disclaimer: I use both Adblock Plus and uBlock Plus (not simultaneously)
depending upon which browser I use & what I want to block.
Also be aware that, like Adblock and Adblock Plus, there are two
versions: uBlock and uBlock Origins. More info here:
If you want to try uBlock (I do not recommend) instead:
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