User voted Only in some cases.
2 votes
Aug 30, 2015

I recognize the need for advertisers in order to keep internet content "free," but some websites will have two video ads running simultaneously, and/or so many ads attempting to load that the page freezes and you can't see/hear the content you specifically came to the website to see/hear. Come up with some reasonable limits on the amount of bandwidth and RAM that the ads on a given page can take up, and I'll get rid of my ad blocking software. Either that, or come up with some ad blocking software that initially lets me see all the ads, but then lets me selectively block the ones that are using too many resources so that I can access the content I came for.

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