In the days of John Baptist, the kingdom of God suffer violence and the violent take it by force. This is the new mantra of the newly decorated “Colonel” Mark Zuckerberg. Zuckerberg now feels he can rule Facebook better on a “khaki” than he does on suit; hence the new military policies Facebook is adopting. Could this be some US Abacha?
The fear is looming that Facebook will soon be no longer democratic people! Facebook now plans to force ads on us whether you have adblockers or not. Via means of a blogpost, Facebook explains that ads are very important for its existence and that, all thing being brought to mind, they aren’t that terrible.
But in measure to polish this desperado approach, Facebook is depending on its users to kind of personally trim the ad experience. The way Facebook plans to do this is that those with an account could make their ad preferences making a choice of their interests and deciding the genre of ads they would want to see.
In Facebook’s words:
We’ve designed our ad formats, ad performance and controls to address the underlying reasons people have turned to ad blocking software. When we asked people about why they used ad blocking software, the primary reason we heard was to stop annoying, disruptive ads.
As we offer people more powerful controls, we’ll also begin showing ads on Facebook desktop for people who currently use ad blocking software.
Although for now, the company hasn’t said when this change would be swinging into action, we suspect this new move of bypassing adblocking software will swing into full force in no time.