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In the world of online advertising, there are companies that do not care what means they use and think that they win if they can get people to click on their ads. It's necessary for society as a whole to take a hard look at malicious ads.


Satoshi Iwamoto, a professor of economic law at Saga University and an expert on online advertising, on why manga-style online ads with sexual or violent scenes appear on your website or when you click an app on your phone.

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All Japanese adverts online are annoying and ultimately self-sabotaging.

Makes me give their products a wide berth.

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I don't get hit by the ads and my browsers jut block most of them.

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Sorta funny if you give it some thought, it's devolved into haha you can stop me from shoving bright lights in your face in hopes that you will pay me to stop.

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