I know that there are a lot of people out there who have been reading about this story and having a hard time believing it’s actually happening.
But there are also a lot people who are doing the very same thing and who are being rewarded for it.
That’s the good news.
The bad news is that some of these ads aren’t only being served by sites like YouTube and Google but are also being delivered to your devices.
While Google is cracking down on this type of ad-blocking, sites like BuzzFeed and Twitter are getting away with it too.
The good news is, both of these sites are being protected by the FCC and are free to serve these ads.
The problem is, it’s only happening to sites that use a custom ad network, like YouTube or Google.
So, for example, if you are an advertiser in the BuzzFeed ad network that has a custom algorithm, you will see an ad on your page, even though the ads themselves aren’t being served.
The other thing to take away from this story is that the ads on these sites aren’t always legitimate.
In some cases, they’re being used to scam people out of money or to scam websites that aren’t paying their fees.
That is, sites that offer ads that aren�t legitimate are getting rewarded for this.
You may think that you have an obligation to remove these ads, but in reality, if these sites continue to serve them, you may not even be aware of it.
To avoid this problem, here are a few things you can do to prevent these ads from getting on your feeds.