Blocking ads doesn't constitute Copyright Infringement:
AdBlockers are legal and court case after court case has proven to side with ADBlocker authors. Blocking ADs is totally legal like in Brave Browser.
What is illegal is called It’s the circumvention of ‘technological measures’ that is: https://whatismyipaddress.com/ad-blocker-legal
Circumvention of access controls is expressly against the law in Europe, the U.S. and in all signatory-nations of the World Intellectual Property Organization’s (WIPO) Copyright Treaty.
The anti-circumvention law is a legal framework on copyright and related rights enacted for fostering “substantial investment in creativity and innovation, including network infrastructure, and lead in turn to growth and increased competitiveness...both in the area of content provision and information technology and more generally across a wide range of industrial and cultural sectors. This will safeguard employment and encourage new job creation.”
In short, you’re free to block ads, but interfering with the publisher’s right to serve or restrict access to copyrighted content in a manner they approve of (access control) is illegal.
Here’s an example that might explain it:
If a publisher uses access-control technologies, such as BlockAdblock, to prevent users—or restrict browsers equipped with ad-blocking plug-in—from accessing or selectively downloading their site’s copyrighted content without the accompanying advertising, that “defense” should be left alone to be implemented.
Facebook is one of the companies known for successfully fighting back hard against ad blockers. After several rounds of modifying the code for presenting ads on their site, plug-ins are unable to identify the ads and effectively block them, without causing the design of the website to crash or be less usable.
Users and Browsers can block any ads from running in their browsers, but they can't block a publisher from restricting their website from Users or downloading anything from the Publisher's website if ADs are blocked.
Hey hello kavaliermalta. How do you fix this problem? can you helpme pls
This is nonsense.
I have a problem, investigating where one can disable it when I get to the advanced settings of the
screen I do not get that option. how did you do it or where did you deactivate it
You can disable it in the browser:
As kingfish suggested usually such a setting would be in the advance settings of a browser. Having said that, so far no other system hangs or black screens have occurred. I even did an under-volt and benched the system. No abnormalities were noted so far. Will keep you posted with the progress.
Would this update also resolve symptoms outside of web browsing?
Ive experiences this browsing the internet as well as in game.
...this is really baffling because it only seems to occur during my initial boot, then once the restart is complete from the crash it seems stable for the remainder of that 2nd session.
I have the same exact problem:
Faulting application name: Radeonsoftware.exe, version: 10.1.2.1788, time stamp: 0x5e84e714
Faulting module name: ntdll.dll, version: 10.0.18362.719, time stamp: 0x64d10ee0
Exception code: 0xc0000374
My video card is an air-cooled Vega Frontier Edition.
Yes, random performance stuttering in COD Warzone and also Resident Evil 3 Remake, Borderlands 3, World War Z.
Sometimes it freezes everything and sound continues and I have to manually reboot the machine, but sometimes I can play hours without any problem.
AMD Ryzen 7 3700+ and XFX Radeon RX 5700XT