So apparently, you don’t want no problems with the ad-blocking community … please don’t destroy me with your blue and white drones). If you don’t know how to do that, here is a tutorial. Now just go to Facebook on your desktop, and things should go back to normal. or just wait for a day or so, then the filter list will be updated automatically.Either way, you’ll be back to this soon: Facebook might “re-circumvent” at any time.You don't have to settle for the standard news feed list of updates.The Facebook app gives you access to your customized lists from the main menu too.
In the below timeline, we mark the major changes both marketers and businesses need to be aware of.
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As we wrote in the previous post, this sort of back-and-forth battle between the open source ad-blocking community and circumventers has been going on since ad blocking was invented; so it’s very possible that Facebook will write some code that will render the filter useless — at any time.
If that happens, the ad-blocking community will likely find another workaround, then Facebook might circumvent again, etc.
If you want to manually add the filter, here is the code you need: As many of you know, the filter lists that “tell” Adblock Plus what to block are in fact the product of a global community of web citizens.
This time that community seems to have gotten the better of even a giant like Facebook.
In 2015, it was reported that a growing number of Facebook users are being wrongfully and inexplicably suspended from their accounts by Facebook to give up copies of their private identification information.
A new filter was added to the main Easy List about 15 minutes ago.
You’ll just need to update your filter lists (see below for how).