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Over 40% of Polish internet users block advertising

Monday 15 August 2016 | 11:29 CET | News
Poland is a leader in Europe in the share of internet users who block advertising. According to a report by OnAudience, from the group Cloud Technologies, Poland leads with 42 percent of users and is followed by the UK with 38.85 percent and Norway with 38.5 percent of users blocking internet advertising, reports Telko.in.

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