When you go to some websites, you expect ads. That’s what pays for the site. Just like commercials on TV. Some Internet Service Providers add their own ads to your browsing experience.
Comcast was caught doing this last year. They were adding information to web pages you visited encouraging you to upgrade your cable modem. This hijacking was before the recent change by the FCC to repeal Net Neutrality.
Now it could be a completely acceptable and encouraged way of giving you web pages. That’s kind of how TV works now with cable. Cable companies add their own commercials to shows — even though you’re paying them for service. They get money both ways.
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