For some reason, CNET requires Flash Player to have the setting below enabled:
Open the Control Panel, then double click on the "Flash" icon. On the "Storage" tab, make sure to CHECK the box next to "Allow sites to save information on this computer".. Disabling this option will prevent CNET videos from playing correctly.
Hope this helps.
..are mini product reviews, I see...
BUT.. you need to not block certain URLs.
like i.i.com.com, i.d.com.com, view.atdmt.com,
and other stuff I haven't figured out yet.
too many URL interconnections.... but AVANT was able to give me a few clues.
...could you PLEEEZE just have a nice, simple viewer that's compatible with IE, FF, AVANT, CHROME et al without having to edit my (our) blacklists???