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What about the reverse of that. When I load a website, I expect it to load the normal information of the page in question (for an article about something, that article). I do _not_ want or grant permission for it to display ads. As such, their host sending ads to my machine is "exceeding authorized access".

I'm curious if it would be feasible to sue a company over sending ads. They have just as much information about what you want displayed on your computer as you have about how they want you to use their apis.

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