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Paid or non paid - the video pop up chasing me as I browse through is just annoying and stalker. You re-invented Microsoft's Clippy for news websites. This video pop up often blocks my browser and slows down reading - this is why i switched to politico. Ive started using HUffpost again during coronavirus and leaving it again because of this video pop up.UP supported this idea ·