Wired against Ad blocking

by Tony Hill on February 12, 2016

Ads enable free access to web content and are in some cases even useful, if they are not too intrusive. Because it is not always so, users increasingly use AdBlock Plus, which blocks ads from appearing on web pages and videos. So, it is not surprising, that one of the most popular free tools for blocking unwanted ads exceeded 500 million transfers.

Because number of users of ad blocking software is still increasing, Wired decided to simply prevent such users access to articles. Articles will stay hidden until Wired will be added as allowed site on ad blocker software. If users do not want ads, they can pay weekly subscription, which is $1 per week.

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