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Life in the future

First, there was ad blockers. Now there are ad blocker blockers. Soon, we will need ad blocker blocker blockers.

7 Responses to “Life in the future”

  1. Tim Says:

    Hmmmm….maybe I should just find a company I really hate, and give them all my money.

    Prolem sloved.

  2. Hartley Says:

    In my experience, media have the ad blocker blockers – and I just punch out. Maybe the answer is something that, instead of blocking the ads,just accepts them and routes them to the bit bucket?

  3. Jailer Says:

    Yup, catch em at the edge. Pfsense + pfBlockerNG works very well for this.

  4. Robert Says:

    Soon, we will need ad blocker blocker blockers.

    They’re already a thing. Most adblockers have them or can have them installed, though they don’t always work well.

  5. Anon Says:

    I use ‘ad block plus’. Sometimes you have to manually add blocking rules, but used skillfully, it works very well. Some sites can sense it and block content, but I find myself going to those sights less and less.

  6. ExpatNJ Says:

    Reminds me of the cold-war of the 55mph speed limit:
    – First, the Traffic G*ds gave us Radar Guns.
    – Then, the radio engineers gave us Radar Detectors.
    – Then, the Traffic G*ds gave us Radar Detector Detectors.
    – Then, the radio engineers gave us Radar Detector Detector Detectors.
    – Then …
    Ultimately, vehicles could become so heavy, they would not go over 55mph anyway …

    Similarly, life in the future means that every browser and website will be locked-down so hard, NO data will flow anywhere.

  7. Jim Says:

    uBlock Origin has an element hider that allows you to block everything on a page except the content you visited for.