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Old 07-28-2001, 01:21 AM   #12
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Join Date: Feb 2001
Location: BC,Canada
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Jan - your comments are definitely a point of view to consider. I agree with what you say about the abusive advertising sites. However, we're not "forcing" surfers to view ads - we just refuse to let them see our website if they're not going to view them. The problem with ad blocking is that if it becomes prominent, the internet will be forced to become a pay-for-use model, as site owners can't afford to allow users to **** up the bandwidth without making any money to cover it. It's like going to a museum that exists on donations - if everyone keeps coming to see the exhibits but nobody donates, they're going to have to start charging admission.
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