Ha — haven’t read the piece…. but my first thought was: we knew that about extremist supporters, right? The Sun /Daily Mail still have loads of ads!
n a more serious note — it seems quite weird: These brands are only there because the people they want to sell their products to go there. So it might be good if people not only berated the media agencies for not having a better blacklist…. they might also start berating the companies that want to sell to people who go to sites owned by terrorists — but it’s easier to to have an easy target, right? (and this narrative serves The Times and other print titles well — lest we forget.)
As to pornography — really? how can you NOT blacklist that? That’s damned easy.