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Don't care about cookies? Turn annoying banners, pop ups and adverts off for good

Are you getting frustrated by cookie banners on websites? Those little pop ups that remind you that yes, this site is collecting cookies and would you like to a) accept these cookies or b) leave the website? Luckily, our tech savvy team have found a great way to turn those annoying banners off for good - as well as annoying pop ups and adverts in the process.

Step one - sort out your browser settings

This is a great little way of stopping those banners getting onto your screen. First, head to your browser settings. If you’re using Chrome you’ll need to go to the ‘Advanced Settings’ section, and then scroll to ‘Site Settings’ and then ‘Notifications’. There’s a slider at the top - just switch that to ‘Block’.

For Firefox, you’ll need to head to ‘About’ then ‘Preferences’, followed by ‘Privacy’. If you click ‘Settings’ next to Notifications, you’ll be able to tick ‘Block Notifications’. This will disable notification popups.

Step two - add an extension to get rid of those cookie banners

First, go to ‘I don’t care about cookies’ {} If you scroll down past the ‘Why do I need it’ section (although feel free to give this a read for a little bit of background as to why these pop ups are everywhere now), you’ll see a few icons for each of the major web browsers.

Just click the browser that you’re using and you’ll be taken to the associated extension page, and you can add the ‘I don’t care about cookies’ extension.

Step three - add another extension to get rid of pop ups

But what about those pop-ups that ask you to turn off ad blockers? Well, we’ve got an extension to combat those too. Head to ‘Poper Blocker’ ( The site should be able to tell which browser you’re using, in which case you can just click the ‘Add Poper Blocker’ button to be take to the associated extension page, and add the extension just as before.

If for whatever reason it doesn’t, do a quick web search for ‘Poper Blocker’ followed by the browser you’re using - ‘Poper Blocker Firefox’ for example.

Step four - add one more to get rid of YouTube adverts

We’ve even got a way for you to get rid of those awful interrupting YouTube adverts. Our old favourite, AdBlock Plus, is a great solution to these (it also gets rid of adverts on Spotify web player if you’re using the free version).  Head to AdBlock Plus ( and as with Poper Blocker, you should see a clever little button that coincides with the browser you’re using.

Add this extension and you can wave goodbye to YouTube adverts - chain watch to your heart’s content. We won’t tell anyone.

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