Adblockers are immoral and mobile networks should know better

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As an editor, I feel resentful of people who enjoy my work but proudly run an ablocker to starve my content of revenue. Now the Financial Times reports that European mobile networks are planning to offer ad-blocking as a service to their customers. If true, those networks should be ashamed. It comes up a lot in conversation, especially online. “Oh yes, I can’t imagine viewing the Web without the ads blocked. I accidentally switched my adblocker off yesterday and it was HORRIBLE.” No, it really wasn’t – it was perfectly fine, you’re just being a snob. The Web works well for me…

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