"please disable your content/ad blocker" is asking someone to make an exception to their security posture for your site to work. It's not better than "please disable your AV software"
As a rule, that's a terribly rude and foolish request, and you should be ashamed. If there's a genuinely good reason why you'd ask a user to take risks to view your content, you should be very clear about what that reason is — and "it doesn't work otherwise" is not clear
@calcifer Exactly. The message is "Hey. Let us infect you instead of everyone else so that we can get a profit out of you." XD
@calcifer Heck, "please disable your AV software" is /better/ because AV software is notoriously shitty and can flag stuff as malicious when it's not, so there can be legitimate reasons – unlike this!
@CyclopsCaveman I mean, I even see it on sites with no ads because they make some feature dependent on some JS library that spies on users
A bunch of technomancers in the fediverse. Keep it fairly clean please. This arcology is for all who wash up upon it's digital shore.