This referenced story is about a device that will block advertisers content from websites and videos at a systems level, so you the consumer don’t have to deal with “ads”. This story was published by DailyDot, a site that is supported by website advertisements.
The story came across my browser window in an ad-driven manner such that I was asked to “Like” the DailDot on Facebook, so that I could continue to receive good curated content, like the story about a device that would remove revenue from the site that delivered the story. The adtrap [http://www.getadtrap.com/] advertisement blocker was being promoted by the DailyDot, which is supported by online advertisements and ultimately providing free online advertising for the adtrap advertisement blocker. The channel will go away if you remove online advertising, or you, the consumer will have to pay for the curated content.
This Internet device is built on the premise of biting the hand that fed you. So @audiencepoint is offering a solid “shout-out” to the good folks at the @DailyDot for publishing a story that undermines their core business model.
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