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easypeasy3933187dThis sounds like an « anti-anti-anti...n » problem 🤔
milkyway1481187d@2lazy2debug yes, it's seems like that, but I think there is a general solution to this.
orhun1366187dIf this thing gets common they will develop a "anti anti... ad block"
But the idea is solid, would be great.
Demolishun5140186dI use Private Browsing most of the time. When I encounter sites that are anti adblock or anti private browsing I just become anti site. I vote with my feet.
I appreciate someone working on a solution though.
Try to block the ad from loading and you block the content.
Then you wise up, and write js to load the content without the ad (which introduces some XSS and CSRF issues) but then they implement some server side checks....
This is a bandaid solution at best. It's a cat and mouse game.