The Times Of India on the Adblockers: India is facing a massive epidemic of adblocking.

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Adblock Plus, a software program for blocking ads, was created to protect against these kinds of data collection and sharing.

The program is available for free in India and several other countries.

But the software has come under fire for what some users have called “ad-hoc” surveillance that allows the company to gather data about a host’s activities without permission.

The data includes IP addresses, the time of day, the type of browser the user is using, whether or not the user has an adblocker, and even the content of the ad they are using.

The program was created by the software company, Adblock, in response to a government directive that sought to protect the privacy of Indians by restricting the use of ad blockers, a practice that is illegal in most countries.

Adblock has argued that the data collection is necessary to protect its users from illegal data-mining activities and to identify them and track them down, according to The Times India.

The company said that the ads were collected and analyzed by Adblock to help protect its user’s privacy.

“We are in compliance with Indian data protection law, which ensures the privacy rights of our users,” the company said in a statement.

“Our data collection for ad-hogging and ad-blocking is completely anonymous and we are committed to protecting the privacy and safety of our Indian users.

The use of Adblock is not related to our business.”

However, users in India, where many of them use the software, have been raising concerns over the program.

In a blog post published on Monday, one user said the program is designed to collect personal information about the users and their activities, and to analyze that information to identify the users who are using the program and to find ways to stop their activities.

AdBlock added that it uses this information to monitor and remove ad blocking software from the users’ devices, and also for reporting problems with the program to its users, and for the creation of reports to inform them about possible privacy violations.

Ad Block said that it would stop using Adblock if it finds the data collected by the program has not been anonymized, and it would not share this data with third parties.

Adblocking is a term used to describe the practice of blocking advertisements that users turn off when they want to avoid them.

In some countries, such as the United States, adblocking software is a part of the internet.

But many users are using adblocking programs as an alternative to traditional ad blocking because they can circumvent ads on websites.

Ad blocking programs have also become increasingly popular in India in recent years, particularly in the run-up to the Indian elections in June, which saw a surge in political ad spending.

The software has also been used to block content on social media, such that users could avoid social media posts that may have incited hate speech.

But some users argue that Adblock has been slow to take action against ad blocking programs and has not taken any actions to curb the use.

The software company said it is committed to transparency and transparency is good.

But when it comes to data collection it needs to be transparent, and if we have to share it with a third party, that’s how we’re going to protect our users privacy,” said Anil Shukla, Ad Block’s founder and chief executive officer.

Ad-hocracy, a group that promotes human rights in India’s democracy, has criticized the government for failing to protect users from abusive ad blocking.

In a statement, the group said the government’s failure to tackle abusive ad-blockers should not come as a surprise given the government has been blocking access to VPN services since March.

The group said that India has more than 1 billion active VPN users and has been one of the top five countries for blocking VPNs since April 2017.