Do I have to clear out my history or temporary internet files orsomething to get these things totally out of my face?
It’s a remarkably simple procedure to prevent mostadvertisements from appearing on web pages.
The point is, the Internet's going to have to "thinkdifferent" about advertising, too.
A web content provider who signs up with an advertiser withoutcarefully reviewing the policies that apply (i.e. 'G' content,no pop-anything') who finds that his ad revenue is droppingbecause people are not accepting cookies and even not acceptingads is silly as he is the one responsible for the content on hispage (including the ads). If repulsive ad content bankrupts asite, the content provider gets only what he deserves.
kiss my whiteshiny buttocks.
::goes to make sure his Web Free control panel is stilloperating::
The one thing not mentioned in this conversation is that most ofthe ads being served these days from one of a handful ofcompanies, do far more than just sit on your browser or pop upunder and annoy you.They track your ip page to page, return user info, cookie youwith invisible gifs, and more.