Reply to post: Re: When is ad-blocking ethical?

The case for ethical ad-blocking


Re: When is ad-blocking ethical?

Never say never. I'll turn it off for sites that I deem worthy of trading, usually indie sites that ask politely such as comic artists and people that have written useful tools to download that have a small, useful little banner.

It's when you can tell before you press 'unblock' that 900 swfs are gonna load and animated gifs are gonna strobe up and down the page that I close the site and never return.

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