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  • Brand Killer takes ad-blocking offline
  • Brand Killer takes ad-blocking offline
    Eric Salard (2010) ©
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Brand Killer takes ad-blocking offline

We're bombarded by hundreds of advertisements every day. Online we've been able to exercise some control over these with ad-blocking software, while offline we're less able to curate what we do or don't see. But perhaps not for much longer.

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