Some Sites Temporarily Suspend Ads

from the war-efforts? dept

Some websites have decided that it's not appropriate to be showing ads as the war gets underway, and some advertisers have specifically requested that their ads not be run. I'm not quite sure I understand the reasoning on this, and I wonder at what point do they feel they have the "all clear" to go back to running ads?

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    milnesy, Mar 21st, 2003 @ 1:04pm

    Maybe it's outta respect.

    Granted, I hate getting ads in general, but I am thankful that they stopped some ads. I guess they don't think that making money during this time is appropriate. Lets just hope they forget to run em though.

     

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