European civil rights organisation advises Facebook users to use ad blocker

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The European civil rights organisation EDRi advices Facebook users to use Adblock Plus or Ghostery on the social network because of its new privacy policy.

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According to some experts adblockers can have a large impact on revenues of free websites and compare it to piracy of music and video.
According to some experts, anyone who isn’t forced to watch commercials 24/7 is stealing. Such people should bow down to their marketing overlords! :rolleyes:


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[QUOTE=DrageMester;2747342]Such people should bow down to their marketing overlords! :rolleyes:[/QUOTE]
“To the axeman, all supplicants are the same height.” :rolleyes:


#4

Maybe the flat earthers  & Amish have the right idea.

Break to the basics.Â


#5

According to some experts, I am probably a pirate for using GNU/Linux, instead of paying for Windows or Macintosh. Odds are, these “experts” were born yesterday.

If you value your revenues, you must consider the fact that some people don’t want to be tracked. In that case, help your visitors fight back by banning any advertisers that track the users (execpt maybe in the case of an opt-in, but even then, some users will be unhappy).