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1709 clicks; posted to Main » on 18 Aug 2001 at 3:02 PM (12 years ago)   |  Favorite    |   share:  Share on Twitter share via Email Share on Facebook   more»



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2001-08-18 03:06:53 PM
Another way:

ipchains -A output -p tcp -d 208.184.29.0/24 --dport 80 -j REJECT
 
2001-08-18 03:08:44 PM
We need more links like this... it makes me happy to know I'm spitting in the eye of Doubleclick.
 
2001-08-18 03:20:06 PM
You may as well go the whole hog and install Proxomitron or Webwasher to get rid of all ads and tracking tricks.
Takes a minute and you won`t have to deal with frigging pop-us ever again either.
 
2001-08-18 03:20:50 PM
Damnit, i forgot the http:// in those links.
You can work it out.
 
2001-08-18 03:34:54 PM
 
2001-08-18 03:50:38 PM
I'm waaayyy too drunk to deal with this kind of stuff most of the time. But thanks for coming out!
 
2001-08-18 03:56:31 PM
i hear ya. drinking at work rocks!
oops, spilled vodka on keyboard (again).
 
2001-08-18 04:05:01 PM
Rubix HOW did you know I was at work!?!?!
 
2001-08-18 04:19:05 PM
Here's how to stop X10 popups (Cookie lasts 14 years but the page says 30 days): http://www.x10.com/home/optout.cgi?DAY=5000&PAGE=http://www.x10.com/x10ads1.ht m
 
2001-08-18 04:20:16 PM
Here's a page that details how to block all traffic from specific hosts. They have a large list of ad servers that you can use.

http://www.ecst.csuchico.edu/~atman/spam/adblock.shtml
 
2001-08-18 04:20:56 PM
I submitted the DoubleClick ad blocker link as well as the previous two but Drew didn't post them (Does he like x10 ads?)
 
2001-08-18 04:47:12 PM
STOP!
 
2001-08-18 04:52:22 PM
http://www.nsclean.com has a nifty little program to block double click. "zero click"
 
2001-08-18 04:53:57 PM
I use Cookie Pal from Kookaburra software. Very good program. http://www.kburra.com
 
2001-08-18 05:32:38 PM
OCTER: I thought everyone did their drinking at work?


The Vodka i'll keep for myself!
 
2001-08-18 05:57:38 PM
Whaoh. That cookie doesn't expire until 2030.
 
2001-08-18 06:08:53 PM
This cookie?
 
2001-08-18 07:07:24 PM
Maybe if you dessicate it like this old lady.
 
2001-08-18 07:21:20 PM
I wonder if there is a correlation between

[spam & cookies sales]
and
[experience (or internet hours) an internet person has]

Hypothesis: The more a person is on the internet, the lower spam & cookies sales are?
 
2001-08-18 07:43:20 PM
Uhhh, sorry to burst your bubble but this does *not* block doubleclick ads like the title says. This merely prevents doubleclick from knowing your browsing habits. That title should be edited.
 
2001-08-18 08:55:09 PM
Just block the ad servers themselves, no tracking, no loading, less bandwidth. Updated often.

Click.
 
2001-08-18 09:10:01 PM
> Please also note that OPTing out does not opt an individual person or even an individual computer out but merely a single instance of a web browser
 
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