Proposal to improve Acceptable Ads criteria

Inclusion proposals for "acceptable ads" list are discussed here. New topics cannot be created, constructive comments are welcome, flaming will be removed.

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Re: Proposal to improve Acceptable Ads criteria

Postby ManuelC » Mon Jul 31, 2017 2:03 pm

Lain_13 wrote:Proposition to add content restrictions on acceptable ads. In particular I'd like to strictly forbid any disturbing pictures like depiction of various unhealthy skin conditions or naked/half-naked men and women (especially old).
For example, we currently have Criteo.net in the whitelist and that's how their 'acceptable' ads looks like:
http://imgur.com/a/tIC64
Two pictures on the left are fine, but half naked old guy and that tumor on the right are clearly not.
Here is another unpleasant sample:
http://imgur.com/a/BW9Q2



Hi Lain_13,

I have serious doubts that those are Criteo ads. Can you please provide steps to reproduce them, like urls and your browser settings?

Thanks!
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Re: Proposal to improve Acceptable Ads criteria

Postby lewisje » Thu Aug 03, 2017 12:46 am

Umbral wrote:Adblock Plus’s Acceptable Ads Committee.

Latest Ad block plus is no longer blocking anything properly.

I don't watch porn but to test your Ad block Plus here you go :

https://www.xvideos.com/video28429565/b ... il_taissia

Huge Penis enlargement pictures on the right.

And here ads on the right top side :

http://farmergrup.ucoz.com/

These were previously blocked.
Those surely weren't allowed by the Acceptable Ads whitelist; go to lanik.us (EasyList forums) to complain about content that should be blocked but isn't.
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Re: Proposal to improve Acceptable Ads criteria

Postby Danbeee » Sat Aug 26, 2017 11:04 pm

The other you mention seem to have more to do with Google's privacy policy than with Adblock Plus.

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