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Like a grotty data addict desperately jonesing for its next fix, Google just can't stop misbehaving

Richocet

Worse still is that sites often host scam ads, crypto-mining scripts, or hacks that directly attack me.

It it outrageous that website owners say "I must be able to get some money from advertising to cover the cost of my site", while Google makes billions from selling this advertising, and they have such a low quality control of this service.

I don't feel any obligation to accept this as a reasonable cost of visiting a site without paying.

Clean up your act if you want this deal to be acceptable.

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