[Removed] plista.com ads

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[Removed] plista.com ads

Postby ManuelC » Tue Jun 16, 2015 6:12 pm

Proposed filters:
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@@||farm.plista.com/iframeShowItem.php?itemid=$subdocument,domain=spox.com|bz-berlin.de|serienjunkies.de,document
@@||static.plista.com/image/resized/$image,domain=spox.com|bz-berlin.de|serienjunkies.de
@@||static.plista.com/image/adhints/$image,domain=spox.com|bz-berlin.de|serienjunkies.de
@@||static.plista.com/image/adchoices/$image,domain=spox.com|bz-berlin.de|serienjunkies.de
@@||doubleclick.net/ddm/$popup,domain=spox.com|bz-berlin.de|serienjunkies.de
@@||bs.serving-sys.com/BurstingPipe/adServer.bs?$popup,domain=spox.com|bz-berlin.de|serienjunkies.de
@@||track.adform.net^$popup,domain=spox.com|bz-berlin.de|serienjunkies.de
@@||g.doubleclick.net/pixel?google_nid=plista&google_hm=$image,domain=spox.com
spox.com,serienjunkies.de#@#.plistaList > .itemLinkPET
spox.com#@#.plistaList > .plista_widget_underArticle_item[data-type="pet"]
bz-berlin.de#@#a[href^="http://click.plista.com/pets"]


Link to a test page:
http://www.bz-berlin.de/berlin-sport/be ... weltrekord
Advertising type:
Plista ads non-animated, text-image ads on the right rail.

Link to a test page:
http://www.spox.com/de/sport/fussball/f ... sieg-.html
Advertising type:
Plista ads non-animated, text-image ads below content.

Link to a test page:
http://www.serienjunkies.de/news/emeral ... 68590.html
Advertising type:
Plista ads non-animated, text-image ads below content.
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Re: Plista.com ads

Postby ManuelC » Tue Jun 16, 2015 6:21 pm

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Re: [added] plista.com ads

Postby ManuelC » Fri Jul 24, 2015 1:45 pm

Removed on behalf of the publisher.
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Re: [Removed] plista.com ads

Postby poppy10 » Mon Apr 18, 2016 8:09 am

Is this acceptable?


Image


Four partial nudity photos and one penis reference in a single ad. On a newspaper website.


This isn't targeted based on my browsing history by the way - page was opened in a new incognito window
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Re: [Removed] plista.com ads

Postby ManuelC » Mon Apr 18, 2016 9:41 am

poppy10 wrote:Is this acceptable?


Image


Four partial nudity photos and one penis reference in a single ad. On a newspaper website.


This isn't targeted based on my browsing history by the way - page was opened in a new incognito window


Hi There,

Hello,

as per my previous post, Plista ads are currently not whitelisted. If you're seeing them with ABP enabled, please make sure that you didn't create any exception rule manually. Otherwise, please answer this post.

Thanks
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Re: [Removed] plista.com ads

Postby poppy10 » Wed Apr 27, 2016 11:55 am

innerself wrote:
Hi There,

Hello,

as per my previous post, Plista ads are currently not whitelisted. If you're seeing them with ABP enabled, please make sure that you didn't create any exception rule manually. Otherwise, please answer this post.

Thanks

Thanks
I don't have any exceptions.
Stock ABP with EasyList and EasyPrivacy subscriptions.

Example site:
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article ... onday.html

Image
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Re: [Removed] plista.com ads

Postby Hydranix » Sat Jun 04, 2016 9:03 pm

poppy10 wrote:Is this acceptable?


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Four partial nudity photos and one penis reference in a single ad. On a newspaper website.


This isn't targeted based on my browsing history by the way - page was opened in a new incognito window


These ads and many of the ads which are part of the acceptable ads initiative do indeed target each user uniquely based not on the browsing history which the browser saves, but the tracked history of the (usually) IP address of the user. Almost every webpage embeds immense amounts of tracking code in the background which tracks every page you navigate and pretty much follows you around on the internet. By compiling a huge database this history and behavior of each IP address, they serve ads based on that database in an attempt to better bait a click. So incognito mode does not do anything apart from hide your local browsing habits from other who might snoop your saved history in the browser, it cannot prevent the tracking which these ads do.
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