Allow Users to block ads with flashing lights
Allow users to block ads that have flashing lights. Your advertisers should be marking any videos that have flashing lights that could trigger seizures, migraines, or headaches in users. It's the middle of 2023, this should be an option EVERYWHERE. Adding that one ad that prompted this was an ad that features flashing red warning lights with a couple sitting on a couch seat in a house setting. It has kids with hockey gear. I'll catch the company next time.
Yeah I don't know why this is worse than others but the Monster COD collab commercial is not great. I haven't gotten one with kids in hockey gear? It might have been the one I was talking about though but I had to look away. I'm not even sure if it was Monster but I recognized the masked person from COD so I know that's part of but I swear it looked like Monster before I looked away.
Stupid ableist ******** and I only get headaches from flashing lights < ASD and brain swelling >.
About to figure out how to block Twitch ads which sucks because while I can't afford to sub < disability is barely enough to even survive these days >, I don't, or didn't mind watching ads since anyone I watch deserves the money in my opinion.
But I'm not going to get myself stuck in bed for days because of **** like this.
considering filing complaint in court. fix this **** yesterday.
https://hardingtest.com/ LITERALLY NO EXCUSE
these flashing ads are downright assault if you're in a dark room. im already watching the ad, does it need to blind me too?
I was recently diagnosed with epilepsy and I've been super nervous about what can trigger seizures. Some ads flash a lot of lights. The Post Malone one is what made me contact. I already have to be careful what streams to click on but it doesn't matter if the ads don't care. Maybe an epilepsy option could be added that filter out those ads and even give warnings on games with flashing or bright lights. Thanks.
There’s an ad for Billie Eilish’s new film I think it was? Behind the scenes thing, but immediately upon seeing it there was some pretty intense strobe lighting. I’m not epileptic, but that is very, very clearly something that could cause a seizure. I don’t know whether you actually listen to these, but if you do please please pleeeaaase remove it, there’s nothing before it so I can’t even warn people to click off if they see the first few seconds before the flashing