sleepyjohn00 (sleepyjohn00) wrote,

Uh huh. Let me know how that works out.

From slashdot:: ""Google — the world's largest online ad broker — sees no reason to worry about the addition of ad-blocking extensions to its Chrome browser. Online advertisers will ensure their ads aren't too annoying, the company says, and netizens will ultimately realize that online advertising is a good thing.""   Is that the same way we realized that we WANT to pay for music every time we change media, and we WANT to have our Internet access cut off if we're accused of filesharing?  If that was going to happen, wouldn't it sort of happened by now, and people wouldn't be creating the ad-blocker extensions? Someone's reading their own press releases a little too much.

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