Adblock will show 50m users ads protesting censorship
This is a little ironic: Adblock will show ads in support of Amnesty International, for just one day.
This is a totally worthwhile cause; just funny that it's happening via an ad BLOCKING software.
On March 12, Adblock users will see messages from Edward Snowden, Pussy Riot and Ai Weiwei protesting cyber censorship. Each advertisement will appear in the form of banner ads and send viewers to longer content from each person.
The campaign, which is part of World Day against Cyber Censorship, is trying to highlight that governments are increasingly seeking to control online communications through mass surveillance.