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Related: NYTimes torments readers with advert that can’t be closed, from Nate, as well as Why the Ad-Blocking war could hurt all of us, from the hardly disinterested people at Time Magazine. Also see the Washington Post’s commentary Online ad-blocking is on the rise. That’s bad news for everyone. Plus, Websites know you’re using ad-blockers, and they’re coming for you, from Mashable.

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