I search for items on Google, then I see ads for the same items on this site. I did not give them permission for this. So basically they give money to those who track your browsing, invade your privacy, and slow down your internet searches. All this, and then they have the audacity to blacklist me from viewing the videos because, again, they invaded my privacy and determined that I had an ad-blocker. My ad-blocker was not effective on their site because the ads are built into their web site. In other words, they are the problem! Ads they posted were from Sears.com and BrookStone.com, so I am sure you can trust them as well.
"Why You Shouldn't Report Sexual Harassment"
What the hell kind of article is this? Don't visit this site.
The article I referred to was actually removed from the site. I believe it was removed in March of 2015. For reference, a cached copy can be found here: http://web.archive.org/web/20150207062957/http://www.cbsnews.com/news/why-you-shouldnt-report-sexual-harassment/
Since this article was pulled, I will change my rating.
The main CBSnews website is linked to some type of malware that hijacks the browser. The domain associated with this malware is HAERANASSCOM.ORG. They are probably sneaking in via some advertiser. The hijack claims that Firefox must be undated immediately and presents a Save As dialog containing a java script. I reported this to them but I doubt that they have the technical savvy to find the security hole as everything is outsourced to 3rd parties.
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