The problem is, I'M NOT USING ANY Ad Blockers (no browser extensions and no software installed) and certainly not Kaspersky. I tried to make that clear in my post. But I get the message a lot. Most often when I pause Pandora because I'm not in the room (I try not to leave it streaming when I'm not listening). Just about every time I do that the ad blocker warning shows up after a little while. I may try the app, but it sure seems like the algorithm for checking on ad blockers when streaming from the website is not working correctly.
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I'm using free Pandora and the Edge browser. I have Edge set up to be a kind of Admin browser (for admin tasks) so that I can work on projects in other browsers (I have 3 or more open running different projects with logins to the same domain at the same time (for support purposes) in such a way that I can't do all the work in one browser). In other words, it has to be Edge. I have no extensions installed, so obviously no ad blocker. I have only the Windows 10 anti-virus but MAY have malwarebytes or some such installed. In short, I'm pretty sure I have no ad blockers running, but in any case I DO get ads on Pandora. Unfortunately, Pandora thinks I have ad blocker running. It used to let me just click out of that and listen, but finally now it is refusing to play music. What gives? Why does it think I have ad blockers (what kind of check does it do) when I don't? This is a pretty frustrating experience and is making me re-think using Pandora as a music streamer. As an aside, I am in a region that has very little spanish speakers, far more likely to have french speakers, but while I can get by in spanish, I'm an english speaker. Yet it insists on frequently shifting to spanish language ads. Needless to say, those ads are mostly lost on me.
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