I'm not worried about tracking: if they can serve me better ads, so be it, I'd rather not be subject to makeup commercials, viagra ads, and the like. For instance Hulu should take note: people watching Naruto (an anime targeted to teens and young adults, mostly male) probably won't need old age medicine or hair product. 5 hour energy? yeah, I'd say that was relevant.
What I AM worried about is malicious code, and juicy but fake ads that take me to infected pages. "Click here" for a scan of "xyz" is a ludicrous concept, almost 100% indicative of malware, and yet you have at least one ad like that on your main page :-/
Besides which, I almost never click on an ad anyways. If I want to buy something I search for it.
allanonmage wrote:I get this pic when I tried to post:
http://evil.hackademix.net/images/stall ... pg#preview
wtf is that shit?? I don't even know what to think about it!
noscript.net###left-side > .product-logo + #main-install-button + style + div[id]
As you experienced first hand, those two links and your difficulties with blocking his ads are not a coincidence. Despite Giogio's explanation.allanonmage wrote:and.... I see ads. Wait a minute, I have adblock plus! I poke around, even click on the ads (what new creatures these are!) to see whats going on. I do a little more googling and come across two interesting blog posts:
http://hackademix.net/2009/05/04/dear-a ... community/
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