The main argument against blocking ads on YouTube is that some content creators rely on ad revenues to support the creation of more content. When viewers block ads on YouTube, the creators don't get paid, which may result in less enjoyable content down the road. However, there is no law that says you absolutely have to sit through an unskippable three-minute pre-roll ad before every video you watch.
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