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An error occurred while saving the commentAnonymous commented
These are NOT revenue raising ads. These are news item videos that pop up after you have scrolled past them onto other news items. What is it that you cannot see that it is annoying that you are reading the page and have noted the video news item, and scrolled past it, only to have it pop up and follow you as you scroll down the screen. You are guilty of fabricating a reason for them happening with is not true and actually counter to your journalistic purpose.Anonymous supported this idea ·