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Web morality

A phrase used to describe how people use morals to guide choices while surfing the Web and using the Internet.

One popular Web morality issue that is often debated is the practice of visiting Web sites while using an ad blocker program. Many sites rely on advertisement revenue and some believe it is morally wrong to surf and intentionally block ads as you are taking advantage of what the Web site has to offer without viewing the ad content.






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