YOUTUBE CAUGHT DROWNING VIEWERS IN UNSKIPPABLE ADS
YouTube has been serving unskippable ads for years, but recent reports claim they are becoming longer and more frequent. A user on Twitter complained to the official YouTube account about the frequency of ads. A YouTube spokesperson said it was an experiment to limit the number of ad breaks in a video by cramming together. The goal is to build a better experience for viewers by reducing ad breaks, the spokesperson said.
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