Part of the Furniture
i finally stopped using diversion
it's no longer just blocking ads
it's blocking retail referral links
and non commercial video hosts.
i really wish coder would allow us
to better distinguish what is an "ad".
i'm done white listing everything i do
diversion may be great for offices that
wanna block everything non commercial
but it sux for consumers relaxing at home.
Everyone's usage of the Internet is different.I came to the same conclusion. It became a constant battle to keep my wife’s internet working. I have resigned that ads are just the price of using the internet today.
While the Standard blocking list that Diversion uses is good for about 60% of the users, a larger (like I use) or smaller list is better.
Diversion is infinitely configurable what one blocks.
It even has the option to use two blocking lists at the same time, for selected devices. Some call it the wife mode.
I suggest to try one very small and conservatively curated list instead of the pre-set lists that Diversion has built in: https://pgl.yoyo.org/adservers/serv...&showintro=0&mimetype=plaintext&useip=0.0.0.0