Every time one goes to a web site with advertisements the ADs get loaded and start to play,
even when they are not on the screen, above, below or to the side.
Yet YOU are paying for the kilo, megs, gigabytes that they send you, It get ridiculous with some pages,
several video ads start playing, you can't see them, but you can hear their audio all trying to drown out the others,
and YOU are paying your ISP for the privilege of listening to this cacophony.
Another issue, you are mildly watching some ad, you get called away for what ever,
your child need to go to the store... yet you still get charged for the gigabytes the advertisement requests
while your not even in the house, so no way are you being entertained. I would insist that after 5min.
playing the browser put up a query if you are still interested in watching. Yeah I know one does not want
to interrupted in the middle of Game of Thrones to answer queries, but the browser knows where the data is
coming from and can check once and then let it play. I would mandate that the browsers are intelligent enough
to know if and when the ads are visable and totally block them if they are not visable, would save a lot of download data.