About less advertising
Quote from page 4:
"Long term, we believe if you're opted-out the experience you're going to get is quite crappy because you're going to get bombarded with ads. Of course, the ISPs benefit too from the additional revenue. That's not evil."
And just HOW will that reduce the number of ads ?
We'll still have billions of "regular" untargetted ads on websites.
This means instead of the usual billion, we'll be getting billion+phorm.
Sorry but I'm not sold on this.
Furthermore and as Dave points out, it's not *irrelevant* advertising that upsets people, it's just advertising, simple.
I'm using adblock and noscript and I'm no where near to disabling them.
Thanks for answering El Reg's questions to clear things up guys, but even then I'm not sold.
I don't want advertising, period.
I know what I want to buy, when, where, and at what price.
I have a *very limited* list of trusted sites I'll do business with, and an *excessively large* (read: rest of the world) list of untrusted ones.
Thumb up icon because you guys went open to appease the public.