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What are the rest of you doing to prepare for this possibility?
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Adblocking would be huge, but I don't think they would enable widespread blocking as a default, even if it is a feature.
And I agree, being proactive to such imminent changes is wise, not foolish panic as some might think.
For those of you worried about popups and whatnot, take a peak at this.. [adoutput.com<...]
Anyways as far as Windows SP2 being more secure, I say it is about time! Let's hope it really is going to be as secure as they say this time. I seriously doubt that microsoft of all companies would block cookies as a default. Anyone can block cookies, but they wouldn't do that as the default. No way. So nothing to worry about as an affiliate.
Actually I think it will be a big help to affiliates because it should curb the drive by spyware/theifware downloads and auto-installs that cause all these people to get that stuff without even knowing or choosing to have it on there computer.
Very nice program, and if I were using popups, I would certainly use this program.