- Autor: 536joe, miesiąc temuOcena: 1/5Fake adblocker. According to my research, it will collect personal info and it has accepted money to authorise some adds. You can now make your own thoughts.
Odpowiedź autoraData: 4 dni temuHi there!
There seems to be some misunderstandings about our Acceptable Ads Initiative. Users are still in control, and can disable “allow acceptable ads” in options. If you still experience ads with this option disabled, please be advised that these are more than likely NOT Acceptable Ads. In these cases please send us the URL along with a screenshot of your subscribed filter lists to firstname.lastname@example.org. We are usually able to get these reported to the filter list team and resolved. Rest assured no company can pay us to have their ads shown. Publishers have to meet the criteria set by the Acceptable Ads Committee before being considered. Most companies actually pay us nothing at all. You can find more details regarding Acceptable Ads here https://acceptableads.com.
ABP Support Team
- Autor: orangedeal, 2 miesiące temuOcena: 3/5It is completely unclear how to backup the whitelist. Have the developers thought about this at all? Maybe somehow this can be done, but at first glance, it is not obvious.