... we used that title already. But still.
Different scumbags, same below-the-gutter level of sliminess. Would you believe an ISP thought it would be okay to inject ads onto pages where it hadn't paid for the privilege? Yup, you pay this company for an Internet connection and they pass along the pages you request, with their own slobber added en route. Read and believe: "How a banner ad for H&R Block appeared on apple.com—without Apple’s OK."
Nice detective work by a couple of computer nerds named Robert Silvie and Zack Henckel.
And let us all link CMA Communications to this story.