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The Atlantic to Ad Blockers: Pay Up or Leave

The Atlantic is rolling out a new advertising-free digital subscription option. Those who try to read the Atlantic with ad-blocking software enabled will be prompted to either “whitelist” the site, meaning that ads can filter through, or sign up for the ad-free model.
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