I agree. Even though this appears to not change the function of someones content by opening another frame, it IS modifying the basic content. This would make users assume that the modified data is from the page source, and not an ISP attempting to leach off someone elses content for ad revenue. -- Canada = Hollywood North
very true. that part about leaching is true if the ISP does use it for such. I don't see a problem with the system though if its a very low speed tier that the ISP is giving away for dollars a month- such as maybe 96k by 56k for say like $10 per month- i wouldnt see a problem with it then.
Although i would like to know when i would reaching my monthly cap and this could be very usfull for such a thing or Amber Alerts or such.
Why not simply have another window open... oh wait.. pop-ups for ad content provider revenue tried this in the past, where hundreds of redirects and pop-ups would invade your screen. -- Canada = Hollywood North