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    Junior Member Chikara's Avatar
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    Default Re: Patently misleading advertising re binoculars/telescopes

    Interesting, I wasn't aware of that white list issue. I think that fact confirms my decision to dump Adblock Plus and move to Ublock Origin instead.

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    Default Re: Patently misleading advertising re binoculars/telescopes

    I use and recommend uBlock Origin also. Currently the best for ad blocking as far as I know. Very lightweight and works well. I use to use Adblock Plus too, but once they started whitelisting... out it went.

    I whitelist what I choose to whitelist, not what someone else decides I should!

    These days it's probably worth running anti-tracking stuff as well, like the EFF's Privacy Badger.
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