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

The case for ethical ad-blocking

Rich 11 Silver badge

Re: When is ad-blocking ethical?

if I go to a site that wants me to switch off Adblock, it gets dumped immediately.

Exactly. If I walk into a supermarket and one of those nice ladies with a sample tray approaches me to ask if I'd like to try a piece of cheese, but keeps trying to get me to taste her cheese even after I've said cheese makes me chuck and I never buy the bilious muck, the supermarket won't be surprised if I walk out.

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