Wyden also called on the FTC to require greater transparency from ad blockers, including disclosures of whitelist payments in both the ads themselves as well as to people downloading or installing blockers. This will help people evaluate and compare ad blockers to see which ones live up to their billing, Wyden said. Weve asked Adblock Plus parent, Eyeo, for comment. The FTC has confirmed receiving the letter, but hasnt said what it intends to do. There no guarantee the FTC will take action,...

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