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A new manifesto from an ad-blocking company Eyeo tries to build support for the idea that some ads are OK. That's good for its business, since big advertisers pay to get on its whitelist.
The Interactive Advertising Bureau doesn't like how tens of millions of people use ad-blocking software. IAB's general counsel has a counterattack: block the blockers.
The UK is now drafting a list of sites that should be unblocked by the filters and put onto a whitelist to ensure they stay accessible.
Adblock Plus is finally available for Safari, albeit in beta form. You can install it in just a few clicks.
All the top desktop browsers now can use a plug-in that blocks Web site ads -- except for nonintrusive ones from companies that pay to be whitelisted.
BT has beefed up its broadband parental controls to keep your phones and tablets safe from online smut.
Make sure e-mail from people or companies you know lands in your inbox.
Video site says goodbye to chronological comment threads and hello to sorted comments based on popular posters and friends in Google+ circles.
YouTube will revamp its comments handling with a modified Google+ comment platform, enabling YouTube uploaders to have some control over comments.
Reliant on plug-ins like Silverlight, Unity, and Java? Make plans to move on or change browsers, because most plug-ins will be banned from Chrome in the next year.