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Why I won't whitelist your site

Publishers need to take responsibility for code they run on my systems. Many internet users—perhaps most—use an ad blocker. I’m one of them. All of us are familiar with the sites that won’t let us in without whitelisting them, or (only somewhat better) that repeatedly nag us to whitelist. I’m not whitelisting anyone. I don’t have any fundamental problem with advertising; I wish ads weren’t as intrusive, and I believe advertisers would be better served by advertisements that had more respect for their viewers.
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