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No, Turn Off the Lights is an open-source project and doesn’t inject ads on any website. Turn Off the Lights is a unique browser extension that is used by more than millions of users to improve their online video experience, for example, YouTube and web style. This is by adding a black opacity layer when the user clicks on the gray lamp button in his Omnibox or toolbar depending on the browser you are using.
What is Ads?
“Ads” typically refers to advertisements. Ads are promotional messages or content designed to attract the attention of a target audience and promote a particular product, service, or idea. They can take various forms, including text, images, videos, and interactive content. Ads are commonly used in marketing and advertising strategies to create awareness, generate interest, and persuade people to take a specific action, such as making a purchase or visiting a website.
Advertising can occur through various channels, including television, radio, print media, online platforms, social media, and more. The goal of advertising is to communicate a message effectively and influence consumer behavior positively towards the advertiser’s objectives. Ads play a crucial role in the business world by helping companies reach their target audience and build brand recognition.
We take your privacy and security very seriously. The Turn Off the Lights Browser extension will never inject ads on a web page and will do not track you and do not sell out your personal information. Also, we never sell out this project to other companies.
Turn Off the Lights website is also secure with the latest security system and has valid https protocol.
Clean and doesn’t inject ads
If you see ads on the web page, then there is a malware application installed on your computer. That damages your computer and slows down your web browsing experience. Follow the help page on how to remove “similar-ads by” from your web browser. Or you can watch the steps in this helpful video on how to solve this problem.
FAQ about inject ads
What is the Turn Off the Lights Browser extension, and how does it enhance the online video experience?
Turn Off the Lights is an open-source browser extension used by millions to improve online video experience, like on YouTube, by adding a black opacity layer when the user clicks on the gray lamp button in the toolbar, depending on the browser.
What are “Ads” in the context of online browsing?
“Ads” refer to advertisements, which are promotional messages or content designed to attract attention, commonly in the form of text, images, videos, or interactive content. Ads are part of marketing strategies to create awareness, generate interest, and influence consumer behavior positively.
How does Turn Off the Lights ensure privacy and security for users?
The lead Developer emphasizes that the Turn Off the Lights Browser extension takes privacy and security seriously. It does not inject ads on web pages, does not track users, does not sell personal information, and the project is not sold to other companies. The website also employs the latest security systems with a valid HTTPS protocol.
If ads appear on a web page while using Turn Off the Lights, what could be the cause, and how can it be resolved?
If ads are present, it indicates a malware application on the computer. To resolve this issue, users should follow the help page on removing “similar-ads by” from their web browser or watch a step-by-step video guide: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lT4SIJec_Kc.
Does Turn Off the Lights Browser extension inject ads or compromise the browsing experience?
No, Turn Off the Lights is committed to a clean and ad-free browsing experience. It does not inject ads on any web page, ensuring a secure and optimal browsing environment for users.
Did you find technical, factual or grammatical errors on the Turn Off the Lights website?
You can report a technical problem using the Turn Off the Lights online technical error feedback form.