It'd be more efficient and probably more effective, seeing as you yourself turned off adblock in spite of your reluctance; however, it puts the developer on equal ethical footing with malware distributors. Deceiving users so they run code they don't want or intend to is, after all, how good old-fashioned trojans work.
The good news is that anti-adblock code still executes on your computer, so it's possible to block anti-adblockers. It's all a bit
Didn't know about that extension, thank you Dian! And yeah, i thought so. Seems to be more effective at some point but isn't quite ethical.
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