What sets Forbes apart, in this case, is that it didn’t just force visitors to disable ad blocking — it actively served them malware as soon as they did. Details were captured by security researcher Brian Baskin, who screenshotted the process."
Monster complaining that they're being bullied is rich.
Now they know how the legions of companies they've gone after for completely unrelated reasons feel.
They've deserved this for a very long time. It's nice to know that the boot they're feeling is being administered by a company big enough to not even remotely care how they feel about it.
That is if the nurse(s) knew anything about Liberia. My experience is that people of the United States do not know the difference between Liberia and Belgium.
Better create a new govt program to give universal access to the web and another govt program to teach grandma how to use it and a govt watchdog agency to make sure that the web trainers are politically unbiased and another govt program to insure that new immigrants are able to get political information in their native tongue and
New immigrants aren't allowed to vote, to become a citizen you have to have lived here for 5 years. That should be plenty to learn the language.
Their idea of an offer you can't refuse is an offer... and you'd better not refuse.