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Just noticed an ad for lovers, maybe just maybe a site that undeniably appeals to children shouldn't have those kinds of ads?

Not sure how much control @YCMaker has over which ads appear, but if there is a way to avoid this kind of thing it's probably a good idea.

 

(Also if the site isn't for kids, why can't I say fuçk)

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20 minutes ago, YCMaker said:

Ads are actually targeted to the user viewing them, rather than being contextual.

I wasn't on my regular device when I saw it, so I hadn't considered something like that.

Is there any sort of blacklist option for the software you use to integrate ads?

EDIT: while I have got you here, on the topic of ads, I had thought they were disabled for online users. If that had previously been the case (I'm not infallible, correct me if I'm wrong) why reverse it? On average, only a few percent of visitors to the site actually have accounts, so the profit margin can't be that significant to warrant such a change, can it?

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