Wladimir Palant wrote:As to content types, I am not sure how meaningful that still is. Aren't most ads scripts these days?
Wladimir Palant wrote:The other complication is banner rotation - the same ad network might serve acceptable ads at one point but something absolutely unacceptable (annoying animation, sound etc) a few minutes later.
Wladimir Palant wrote:That's true for any request - including the one requesting the webpage itself. Depending on the webserver, you might be connecting to a reverse proxy that will pull the information from different sources (including a third-party it will send your data to). That's something you cannot really prevent, it can only be dealt with by non-technical means (privacy policies). First-party ad calls definitely don't make a difference here, you are still talking to only one server and it up to this server to deal with your data responsibly. Third-party ads are different, here you are explicitly talking to third-party servers, something you likely don't want if you are concerned about privacy.
Luthair wrote:Should Television stations also be able to require viewers watch and listen to commercials?
...so I'm satisfied. Thanks Wladimir.No, this wouldn’t be a practicable solution to detect ABP. Even if the website could detect a “reaction” to this tag somehow (which it cannot), the reaction would be rare enough to make this way of detecting ABP users useless
greenhatch wrote:Nearly 200 replies in Wladimir's blog the majority ckearly against the proposed new feature.
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