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What's with "s7.addthis.com"?
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09-22-2011 07:53 PM

 



Post: #1
What's with "s7.addthis.com"?
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Some sites will not load because it get hung up on this address in both Firefox and IE.

Any remedy?
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09-22-2011 08:21 PM

 



Post: #2
RE: What's with "s7.addthis.com"?
always, always block it.

It's basically a tattletale program, reporting everywhere you have been. It is being reported by admins to have been added to their sites without their permission.

Every site I have it blocked on still works.

I use a firefox extension called request policy. I let through some adds, like some that are on this site, and block other ones. The ads at TOP are quite illuminating. The ads here are pretty safe. Get request policy and find out for yourself.
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