Re: Ad Replacement Technology
RYAN MONCEAUX WROTE:
> Well, today Davis and Lumeria introduced that Ad
> Network in the form of a press release. Since you've
> all watched this story unfold, I thought you might want
> to see exactly what they're doing.
I'm surprised to see a company boasting that they're
doing something that is, inherently, unethical and
amounts to nothing less than theft.
I'd just like to say that myself, for one, will be
boycotting (1) this company, (2) users of it's
technology, and (3) companies that choose to place ads
on their network. Rest assured I'm not the only one,
either... RealNetworks was boycotted a while back
(until they issued a public apology) for sending out
an email selling ad-blocking software. This is worse.
This is disgusting.
I followed the thread loosely when it was being
discussed here, and my comments surmount to about one
sentence: just because you can do something, doesn't
mean you should.
Jim Reardon <jim_at_amusive.com> 815-744-3119
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Received on Mon Feb 07 2000 - 17:32:50 CST
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