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  1. Wait – we have ads on this site?

    JessB, Adblock User

    August 17th, 2007 at 9:41 pm
  2. Hey man.. Are you o.k? Did you know win$ AdMuncher?

    August 18th, 2007 at 8:31 pm
  3. wah. stfu whiner. i dont wanna see that bullshit corporate adds anyways.

    August 18th, 2007 at 10:38 pm
  4. And what is so wrong about communism anyway? Only because it hasn’t yet been applied correctly, it doesnt make it any less valid as any other government type. Is fascist-america any better? Just compare Dubia to any communist dictator and more likeness will appear than differences… flame on….

    August 18th, 2007 at 10:43 pm
  5. Advertising is all about choice, as it should be. No advertiser has the right to force you to buy their product or idea, and they don’t have the right to force you to view their ads, either. If people are annoyed enough to turn off a particular company’s ads, it is strong evidence that the advertiser has done a lousy job of catching positive attention; and if they’ve ired the customer with an offensive ad, the chances are that that customer is not going to buy from them, anyway.

    If they want us to pay attention to their ads, they need to make more appealing ads. Just like on tv. People sat through the Energizer Bunny ads because they were fun. If internet advertisers want us to sit through their ads, too, they know what they need to do. But they should not penalize the viewer because the ad wasn’t good enough.

    Christina Martin
    August 19th, 2007 at 12:54 am
  6. Ya Google ads

    August 19th, 2007 at 1:50 am
  7. Quem não entende a web que levante a mão e bloqueie o firefox…

    Um idiota aí criou uma pagineta (link com camisinha) incentivando os donos de site a bloquear o Firefox, por causa da AdBlock Plus, uma extensão que permite ao usuário bloquear anúncios.
    O cara que fez isso obviamente não entendeu ainda como funci…

    Editor’s Note: Directly from Babelfish “Who does not understand web that it raises the hand and it blocks firefox…An idiot created one there pagineta (link with condom) stimulating the site owners to block the Firefox, because of the AdBlock Plus, an extension that the user allows to block announcements. The face that made this obviously still did not understand as funci…” Amen, brother.

    Bruno Torres ponto net
    August 19th, 2007 at 3:13 am
  8. Using adblock is just like using a program that strips ads out of recorded TV shows or throwing out the flyers you get with the newspaper without looking at them (if you ran a newspaper, you wouldn’t dream of cancelling someone’s subscription for that). If you want to put ads on your site, that’s your choice, but it’s also my choice to not have to look at them.

    August 19th, 2007 at 12:33 pm
  9. [...] Is Firefox with Adblock Illegal, Unethical, or just plain Communism? [...]

    about:blank » Blog Archive » Sites bloqueiam Firefox
    August 20th, 2007 at 12:57 pm
  10. Any site that wants to force its viewers to support it monetarily should charge a subscription fee. The Internet was meant to be free and so far it still is. To imply that someone steals by not reading or blocking ads shows an ignorance of the principles that the Web was built upon. To block a browser that lets users decide weather or not to view ads is petty and ill conceived. It’s also pretty darn greedy. I suppose television stations should also claim that companies who make remote controls are ‘contributory infringers’ because they present the viewer with a choice of pressing mute or changing the channel during commercials.

    Jim Jupiter
    August 22nd, 2007 at 9:36 pm
  11. Let them burn in hell. All of those ads create traffic that eats the bandwidth that I already pay for. When they pay my cable bill they can have my attention

    Justin Bailey
    August 25th, 2007 at 3:24 am
  12. What a waste of time this debate has been. People choose Firefox because of it’s great features. Market capitalism at it’s best.

    Get A Life
    August 26th, 2007 at 12:52 pm
  13. why dont you go get a life and wory about things worthwhile.

    August 28th, 2007 at 10:28 pm
  14. It’s my web site and I do as I feel. Dumping people that do not help mke the bottom line and just run up my bills… Let them find another site or move to a browser that will not block adds.

    Used Parts Man
    August 30th, 2007 at 4:44 am


    Apparently it’s alright to block ads, as long as you’re willing to pay for the privilege

    September 25th, 2007 at 5:52 pm
  16. “kacper
    August 18th, 2007 at 10:38 pm

    And what is so wrong about communism anyway? Only because it hasn’t yet been applied correctly”
    I use Adblock, but you’re an idiot

    October 16th, 2007 at 1:07 am
  17. Hmm, but the site is also blocking IE,is it not?

    Well, if you copy the link posted above and paste into IE it comes to the same site, so perhaps there’s something else entirely that is missing, like what is the site in the first place.

    Regardless, if a site wants to restrict access to only those users who are using a particular browser, that is their prerogative, they’ll simply lose that many visitors.

    I think most of the world still believes in freedom, so as users are now free to use adblock, so are sites allowed to block users who use a given browser. Frankly it’s their loss, those who are not using adblock are also restricted, so they lose out first.

    And, following up the link posted above about the same software available to Internet Explorer users, does this mean they will block IE as well?

    hmm, something to think on perhaps…

    Ray Dube
    October 24th, 2007 at 4:04 pm
  18. Hmm, but the site is also blocking IE,is it not?

    Well, if you copy the link posted above and paste into IE it comes to the same site…

    No. The site which this post links to is an explanatory site which OTHER sites (that block Firefox but not IE) link to so they can explain why they block Firefox.

    Their argument against the AdBlock extension is flawed, the argument extending that to be against Firefox is more flawed. Heck, they should go all the way — ban my IP altogether regardless of what browser I visit from, because my ethical position is the same as Mozilla’s. Clearly I am killing capitolism. (mwa ha ha ha!)

    On the upside I have yet to be blocked from any site, and I use Firefox 99% of the time except for a work intranet site that requires IE. I guess I just naturally don’t visit dumb sites that would have this sort of policy :-)

    Erica B.
    December 1st, 2007 at 8:01 pm
  19. FIREFOX === COMMUNISM!?!?!?

    I use Firefox, and I am NOT a Communist.

    I’m a National Socialist.

    Josef M.
    December 10th, 2007 at 7:17 pm
  20. I’m sure none of the “Adblock is wrong” crowd ever use the bathroom or make a sandwich during TV commercials either, right?

    After all, you’re watching the TV shows that the ads pay for, therefore it would be wrong not to watch the ads themselves.

    January 6th, 2008 at 5:24 pm
  21. [...] still argue that using an ad blocker on your web browser is ethically tantamount to stealing.  They are wrong.  But Businessweek seems to simply ignore the whole phenomenon: Trouble is, the boom isn’t [...]

    Sure, Tell Yourself That It’s The Ads « tekel
    February 7th, 2008 at 5:57 pm
  22. umkay…i dont see ur point… by removing ads u dont do nothing illegal, and u dont steal nothing either. How many times did u actually click on those ads? i bet MAXIMUM one ad per month… and besides, why the f ppl with dial ups have to wait pretty long for the website to poen just because of those ads? i think its a great addon, and personaly I dont think that it is illegal.

    March 10th, 2008 at 1:49 pm
  23. Is throwing out ads from in mail unethical?

    When watching TV, would getting up during a commercial break be unethical?

    March 11th, 2008 at 7:42 pm
  24. Mmm I dont use adblock, I use a hosts file to block any and all domains that provide ad services and it’s subdomains. Works on any browser.

    BTW 7+3=10, YOU failed the math test. >.>

    March 17th, 2008 at 10:12 am
  25. You have ads on your blog?

    That’s too bad for you.
    Not that I really care. Bye, loser.

    Adler, Adblock user
    March 18th, 2008 at 7:40 pm
  26. Ads?
    What are they?

    MacK, Adblock user
    May 30th, 2008 at 7:47 am
  27. [...] I’ve played around with Firefox’s Greasemonkey add-on here and there but never really delved into it until recently.  I found most of the common uses for it to be either too specific to someone else’s use habits or already covered by other extensions.  For example, there are probably a million ad blocking scripts out there, but I already have Adblock. [...] » An interesting use of Greasemonkey - Troubleshooting other people’s sites
    June 11th, 2008 at 3:01 am
  28. I use Adblock and I am not a Communist. (At least I did until I upgraded to FF 3.0 – I found this site while trolling the Web for info on Adblock for FF 3.0.)

    Think about advertising-supported services carefully. An advertiser is not going to pay a website $10,000 for the website to put up ads unless the advertiser figures in will take in $10,000 in profits (or at least in sales) over not spending the money. Let’s further assume that an advertiser spends more time figuring this out than you spend on figuring the opposite (how to not buy something you didn’t need in the first place but for some slick ad).

    Suppose that $10,000 covered 100,000 eyeballs (put in whatever numbers you like, the argument is the same). Now the website operator stands to collect $.10 from my pageview (on average) and the advertiser expects me to up my spending by $.50 (on average) or so in order to increase the advertiser’s profits by $.10 per person. (You are just as much a Communist if you fail to buy the advertiser’s product as you are if you don’t look at the ad in the first place, because those two outcomes are identical to the advertiser’s bottom line. Right?)

    Since I am a capitalist and an environmentalist, here is what I have done. Rather than buy stuff I don’t need and pollute the planet as that stuff is manufactured in China or elsewhere far away, shipped to me, trucked to the landfill and buried, at a cost of $.50 to me (on average), I put a dime into a jar next to my computer. That dime belongs to the excellent and clever webmaster that created the content I so enjoy.

    You figure out how to cost effectively come and pick up the dimes, instead of calling me a Communist. (Of course, a true Communist is not what you are often referring to when you use the term to refer to anyone who interferes with your business models.)

    June 20th, 2008 at 1:20 pm
  29. You are the stupidest people on the internet. I have never seen bigger morons in my life. Do you idiots realize that if everyone blocked internet ads, most of your favorite websites would shut down? HELLO, the only reason 95% of your favorite websites exist is because they’re able to make money via internet advertising.

    July 1st, 2008 at 3:31 pm
  30. Dude, I just blocked all the ads on your site in under 20 seconds. DAMN THAT FEELS GOOD!

    July 22nd, 2008 at 11:31 am
  31. To Ads: In communist firefox, adblock blocks YOU!!

    August 27th, 2008 at 9:15 pm
  32. Yeah. I agree. Website builders go through a lot of pain before making a buck. Blocking ads should be unethical in the least if not illegal.


    October 28th, 2008 at 7:22 pm
  33. Honestly, this is pretty offensive. I don’t think getting your point across through slandering political systems is a good way to go about things, I don’t think you really know what you’re talking about at all.
    Next time you produce an argument, try not to insult others, it just makes you seem childish no matter how valid your point is. I understand what you are saying, and I believe you have a point about Firefox blocking adverts, this however has nothing to do with Communism.
    Hopefully you will learn from this experience as through your insults, you can see backlash in these comments.
    Peace for the future, friend.

    November 19th, 2008 at 2:01 pm
  34. C L O W N ! ! !

    And the ads spam comments without verification?! You like ads?! Right?!

    If you like ADS remove the verification question for comments!!!

    C L O W N ! ! !

    November 28th, 2008 at 6:50 am
  35. It’s called choice. Not everyone is on the web to buy or sell. Just because someone visits your site doesn’t mean they should have to help pay for it.

    January 30th, 2009 at 11:29 pm
  36. what is this nonsense?! are you actually defending those god-awful annoying ads?! thats bullshit! WHY?! those stupid flash ads slow down loading and im so sick and tired of seeing them. i cannot stress how much i hate flash ads. we all do. and im no communist. in fact i’m the opposite, a National Socialist(NAZI) :] have a good day.

    February 20th, 2009 at 11:21 pm
  37. dumbest argument on the internet ever

    February 21st, 2009 at 5:30 am
  38. Ok, I’ve just found this website and I feel compelled to comment.
    Most of comments if not all of the them were made by Americans, which is at least, ironic.

    Ok, I don’t think you realize what you’re saying, really.
    You’re all against Internet Advertisement aka banners and other types of ads? Do you think you have the right to block them at your will, just because they’re “annoying” or they’re consuming your “precious bandwidth”?

    And one user even said that “the Internet is still free”. Do you live on Mars or something? Because I really don’t thing you live on Earth….
    Ok, DO YOU work for free? Who the hell pays your bills? Uncle Sam? You NEED MONEY IN ORDER TO SURVIVE! And in America you’ll DIE WITHOUT MONEY, a ton of money really, just for health-care a couple of thousands.

    Do you think bandwidth is free? Do you think hardware if free? Do you think IT technicians and engineers work for nothing? Who pays the electricity bills? A lot is needed to put a website up and running, and ads are essential. Is that or some kind of subscription.
    Google is a pretty nice service right? What would you do without it? Do you know what’s the Google Net Income? Like 4.227 billion (in 2008). Where do you think all that money comes from? 98% comes form advertisement.
    Resuming, ads are supporting the Internet, without it you would have to pay some kind of subscription to every website you visited.

    Portuguese Internaut
    February 10th, 2010 at 11:51 pm
  39. “kacper
    August 18th, 2007 at 10:38 pm

    And what is so wrong about communism anyway? Only because it hasn’t yet been applied correctly”

    It hasn’t been applied correctly? Hello? [Houston, we have a problem] Communism is based on the idea that everyone is nice. They are supposed to get jobs that are higher elevated because it’s good for society, even though they don’t get more money for it, being one example. People being nice in that sense is the backbone of communism, but people are not usually nice in that sense. It sounds something like this: “I have gone through several years of university, have taken extra courses and the likes, so why do I still make as much money as that factory worker who dropped out of high school just because he wasn’t too interested?” The idea of making adblock software illegal is probably closer to communism. It sounds like this: “No matter how intelligent you are in the area of computers, you still have to watch all of this crap, because all people deserve the same”. Written from Firefox 5 which has one of my favorite add-ons installed: ADBLOCK PLUS.

    August 14th, 2011 at 5:46 pm
  40. The people who use adblock are the same people who aren’t going to click on ads anyway, and more than likely will just ignore them if they saw them. And things like Google adsense works based on unique clicks not views, therefore the site wouldn’t be making any revenue off the user anyway. And if a site is charging for adds themselves and having the company pay them directly to have ads on their site, typically can do that because they do get a lot of views, and I guarantee you 100% of the people who would be buying these products that show up on banners are still going to be there to click on the banner and buy whatever product it was advertising because they wouldn’t know two dicks about adblocks. People have adblocks because they’re tired of seeing random, “YOU’RE THE MILLIONTH VISITOR CLICK HERE TO CLAIM PRIZE!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!” flashing them in the face, or even terrible ones that have sound, they’re just horrible, they also use them because they’re savvy enough to know what they want to not need a commercial in their face every 3 seconds. People are moving to the internet and away from TVs for this the same reason, people are tired of advertisement in their face all the time. Sure you need to get your product information out their somehow, but spamming people in the face with it constantly is annoying.

    September 3rd, 2012 at 8:44 am

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